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U.S. Donates Medical Supplies to Support Belize’s National Referral Hospital in Fight Against COVID-19

Belmopan – In a ceremony this morning, U.S. officials donated medical supplies funded through the U.S. Department of Defense Southern Command’s Humanitarian Assistance Program to the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital (KHMH).  Bilateral Affairs Officer in the U.S. Embassy’s Security Cooperation Office Major Anissa Johnson presided over the donation ceremony, which Chief Executive Officer for the ...
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U.S. Embassy and Government of Belize Launch Inaugural Case Backlog Reduction Workshop

Belmopan – Today, the U.S. Embassy and the Government of Belize hosted an Inaugural Case Backlog Reduction Workshop with senior officials from the Belize judiciary and legal community.  U.S. and Belize officials appraised both the framework and standards of criminal case management processes and assessed what challenges stood in the way of reducing the case ...
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U.S. Embassy Hosts Belizean Winners of the Black History Month Poetry Competition

Belmopan – U.S. Embassy Belmopan hosted the winners of the Embassy’s first-ever Black History Month Poetry Contest.  Chargé d’Affaires, a.i. Leyla Moses-Ones recognized the three Belizean high school student winners during a special ceremony highlighting their inspiring works.  Their visit included a tour of the U.S. Embassy where their framed poems have been on prominent ...
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U.S. Government Sponsors Financial Literacy Program for Youth in Southside Belize City

Belmopan – Today the U.S. Embassy hosted a special ceremony to celebrate the successful completion of “Money Smart,” a financial literacy training for Belizean youth.  Featuring remarks by Prime Minister John Briceňo, U.S. Embassy Chargé d’Affaires, a.i. Leyla Moses-Ones, and implementing partner Peacework Director Dr. Carol Babb, the event commended students and principals from each ...
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