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U.S.-Belize Partnership Expands Efforts to Combat Human Trafficking

Belmopan – The U.S. Embassy today hosted Belizean anti-trafficking activists from government and civil society for a forum aimed at celebrating significant achievements in the anti-trafficking field as well as building upon the existing action roadmap. U.S. Embassy Belmopan Chargé d’Affaires, a.i. Leyla Moses-Ones and visiting representatives from the U.S. Office to Monitor and Combat ...
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U.S. Defense Department Partners with Belizean Surgeons for Medical Missions in Belize

Belmopan – A U.S. military surgical team with United States Southern Command (SOUTHCOM) Joint Task Force (JTF)-Bravo based out of Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras, will conduct a humanitarian surgical mission in Dangriga and Belmopan from August 15-27. This joint effort by U.S. Armed Forces medical professionals and the Belizean government is part of SOUTHCOM’s ...
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United States and Belize Explore Extension of Agreement to Protect Belize’s Cultural Heritage

Belmopan – As part of the renewal process for the Cultural Property Agreement between the United States and Belize on the preservation of Belize’s cultural patrimony, Dr. Andrew Zonderman, from the U.S. Department of State’s Cultural Heritage Center, today concluded an eight-day visit to Belize to conduct research and hold consultations with government stakeholders. The ...
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United States Donates Back-to-School Supplies to Rural Communities

Belmopan – The U.S. Southern Command (SOUTHCOM) Humanitarian Assistance Program is ensuring Belizean children in select rural communities are equipped with must-have back-to-school items so they are successfully poised to return to the classroom in the upcoming academic year. Today, U.S. Embassy officials delivered 500 backpacks filled with school supplies to students at the Carmelita ...
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