Safer City Pilot InitiativeAug 1, 2016Safer City Pilot Initiative Launched in Belmopan
Empowering Santa Teresa, Solar Energy for a Village in Southern BelizeJul 23, 2016On Saturday July 23rd 2016, the GEF Small Grants Programme (GEF SGP) implemented by the United Nations Development Programme – Belize, inaugurated the Santa Teresa Solar Project
Millions of Latin American risk sliding back into poverty; new generation of public policies crucial to prevent setbacks, UNDPJun 14, 2016UNDP stresses that people’s wellbeing must reflect “more than income” alone, calling on the region’s leaders to focus on "multidimensional progress". This includes investing in skills for better employment opportunities, in financial systems that prevent over-indebtedness and reducing gender gaps.
Elections App AwardMay 24, 2016A UNDP executed Project ‘Strengthening Women’s Representation in National Leadership Project’ received an award today at the 6th annual ESRI User conference in Belize.
UNDP supports local NGO in reaching Key Affected Population with critical support servicesSep 30, 2014Patients have commented that BFLA is considered as a “Friendly” service provider, very confidential and private, responding to their SRH needs. The project has also contributed in improving the lives of five educators by providing a steady income stream, as well as improves their SRH/BCC knowledge and skills through the capacity building components of the project.
Belize: UN Cares Learning WorkshopAug 28, 2014On August 28, 2014 a UN Cares Learning Workshop was held in Belize City. This was in line with the UNCT approved UN Cares 2014 work plan which includes facilitating a workshop to sensitize UN staff on the UN Cares Programme.
UNDP Supports Youth Empowerment Project and Orphans & Vulnerable Children in BelizeJun 16, 2014The national HIV/AIDS Response in Belize is multi-sectoral. Its partners include the Government, Civil Society Organizations, Faith-based Organizations, and Multi-lateral and Bi-lateral Agencies. UNDP is an actor in the National HIV response in Belize...
- "After my husband died 10 months ago we fell on hard times. But our situation got worse with the drought and saline intrusion from El Niño. All our rice and vegetables died. We had taken out several loans for our farm and we lost everything”, said Nguyen Thi Nuong, from rural VietNam. Elderly and in poor health, she is still recovering from the collapse of her house during Typhoon Durian in 2006. Before the drought, her family owned nearly half a football field of land for cultivation. However, to cover the cost of more than 100 million VND (US$4490) of bank loans she was forced to sell more than two thirds of the land, and now rents it back for 30 million VND (US$1,350) a year. 9 hours ago
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