News & Events

Combating Gender-Based Violence through Partnership

On February 14, 2019, the U.S. Embassy hosted the launch of Marie Sharp’s brand new “Pure Love” pineapple habanero pepper sauce that aspires to combat gender-based violence. The proceeds of the sale of “Pure Love” will go to Haven House–a non-profit domestic violence shelter–directly benefiting victims of gender-based violence and empowering them to take control ...
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U.S. Embassy Hands Over Ambulance and Medical Equipment to Belize Coast Guard

On February 12, Chargé d’Affaires a.i. Keith Gilges represented the United States Government as he handed over an ambulance, lifesaving medical equipment, and the two-year supply of parts and service equipment, valued nearly $128,000 BZD, to the Belize Coast Guard. Admiral Borland represented the Government and people of Belize, emphasizing the strong friendship between our ...
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Summer Term of the American English E-Teacher Program

Registration for the Summer Term of the American English E-Teacher program is now open. Regular Courses: Seven different courses will be offered this time around as detailed in the list below. Click on the links to access course descriptions. Teaching Grammar Communicatively (TGC) Integrating Critical Thinking Skills into the Exploration of Culture (ICT) Content-Based Instruction (CBI) Using Educational Technology in the English Language Classroom (ET) Teaching English to Young Learners (TEYL) *Young learners 3-10 years old. Professional Development for Teacher Trainers (PDTT) TESOL Methodology Sponsored section:  the course description is available on the following link. ...
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United States Government continues to support the Caribbean in Managing impacts of natural disasters

In keeping with efforts to strengthen the region’s capacity to mitigate the impact of natural disasters, the United States Government delivered a US $2 million Light Detection and Ranging (LIDAR) System to the Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (5Cs) for use throughout the Eastern and Southern Caribbean. This initiative is part of the U.S. Agency ...
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Unites States Government improves region’s ability to general improved climate data and information

On December 3, the United States Government handed over approximately US $500,000 in equipment, including a state-of-art server; computer workstations; relevant software, and other equipment, to the Belize-based Caribbean Community Climate Change Center (5Cs). The information systems store and process climate related data and will be used by decision makers; government policy makers; members of ...
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