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Experience Mission is a non-profit organization demonstrating God's love throughout the world by empowering communities, developing leaders through Immersion programs and internships, and mobilizing volunteers on short-term mission trips.

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At Eevah, we create beautiful jewelry with the desire to impact lives around the world. At the heart of our company is the passion to help children in under-resourced areas of the world.

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At Medical Ambassadors International we build relationships with the world’s most vulnerable people and together we work to heal communities both physically and spiritually.

Belize, Bulgaria, Colombia, Congo (Democratic Republic), Honduras, Kazakhstan, Nigeria, Tanzania, Uganda, Ukraine
It was going to take a miracle to help ALL these children. God called this mother to do more. If one person could help one child find their forever family, assist in medical, nutritional and emotional development, or support in prayer, many children would find their Little Miracle. ...See More Since our adoption journey in 1998, our agency has grown by leaps and bounds! Show Less
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Human Rights
The most serious violations of human rights occurred from abuses of security forces and gender identity, as well as abuses related to sexual orientation discrimination.1 There were also occurrences of human trafficking. Additionally, there have been reports of police who used unnecessary excessive force while detaining suspects.2

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Belize News

Breaking Belize News (blog) 
By BBN Staff:The Wyndham Hotel Group has revealed plans to manage a luxurious 242 room Wyndham Grand Ambergris Caye. This will be the first resort in ... See more..
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By BBN Staff: Belize is one of the world's most obese countries according to an article on “It's always worrying to see a country quickly climb a list of the fattest countries like this. While the obesity problem in countries like ... See more..
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By BBN Staff:Sixteen families are distraught tonight as their home with everything that they own went up in flames earlier today. A mid afternoon fire gutted almost a whole neighborhood this afternoon in Belize City. The inferno occurred around 4:30 ... See more..
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As part of the new policy, officers commanding the police formation throughout Belize were also advised to not provide any information. Many queries made by the media were either completely ignored or answered hours after the deadlines had passed. See more..
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H.E Dr. Dylan Vernon, Ambassador of Belize to Belgium and the European Union (EU), assumed the chairmanship of the Sugar Subcommittee of the African, ... See more..
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The Belize Protectors, a team of athletes from different branches of Belize's national security forces, is heading to California tonight. The team is travelling to once again participate in the Baker to Vegas Competition: a 120 mile, 20 leg relay races ... See more..
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... world's deadliest bacterial diseases which has killed countless people throughout history. An estimated 10 million people contracted TB last year, and 95% of those who fell ill came from developing countries. 120 cases were diagnosed in Belize in 2016. See more..
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By BBN Staff:Paul Manafort, campaign manager for US President Donald Trump is in the middle of a money laundering scandal which was allegedly facilitated through a company in Belize. This week, Ukrainian lawmaker Sergii Leshchenko claimed that he ... See more..
Channel 7 Daily News 
Tonight one of the city's oldest low income neighborhoods has been flattened by fire, and, likely, dozens are left homeless. The fire started in Pink's Alley - between Queen And North Front Streets - at around 4:30. It burned one of the apartment ... See more..
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One of their last rulings was in a case brought by the Belize Bank Limited, which is not being allowed to enforce a 36 million dollar arbitration award that has been accruing interest since 2012. You may remember fight over the Belize Healthcare ... See more..
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Central America, bordering the Caribbean Sea, between Guatemala and Mexico

Total 22,966 sq km
Land 22,806 sq km
Water 160 sq km


tropical; very hot and humid; rainy season (May to November); dry season (February to May) ;
Natural Resources

arable land potential, timber, fish, hydropower ;
Natural Hazards

frequent, devastating hurricanes (June to November) and coastal flooding (especially in south)
Current Environmental Issues

deforestation; water pollution from sewage, industrial effluents, agricultural runoff; solid and sewage waste disposal ;


334,297 (July 2013 est.)
Ethnic Groups


Tourism is the number one foreign exchange earner in this small economy, followed by exports of marine products, citrus, cane sugar, bananas, and garments. The government's expansionary monetary and fiscal policies, initiated in September 1998, led to GDP growth averaging nearly 4% in 1999-2007. Oil discoveries in 2006 bolstered this growth. Exploration efforts have continued and production has increased a small amount. Growth slipped to 0% in 2009, and has remained at just over 2% per year during 2010-2012, as a result of the global slowdown, natural disasters, and a temporary drop in the price of oil. With weak economic ...See More growth and a large public debt burden, fiscal spending is likely to be tight. In September 2012, the government paid half of a $23 million interest payment that had been due in August 2012. In January 2013, the government announced that it had reached a deal with creditors to restructure its $544 million commercial external debt, commonly referred to as the "superbond." The superbond represents one half of the country's public debt. A key government objective remains the reduction of poverty and inequality with the help of international donors. Although Belize has the second highest per capita income in Central America, the average income figure masks a huge income disparity between rich and poor. The 2010 Poverty Assessment shows that more than 4 out of 10 people live in poverty. The sizable trade deficit and heavy foreign debt burden continue to be major concerns. Show Less ;
GDP Purchasing Power Parity

$3.048 billion (2012 est.); $2.896 billion (2011 est.); $2.84 billion (2010 est.)
Gross National Saving

27.3% of GDP (2012 est.); 28.2% of GDP (2011 est.); 24.8% of GDP (2010 est.)
Agriculture Products

bananas, cacao, citrus, sugar; fish, cultured shrimp; lumber

garment production, food processing, tourism, construction, oil