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Ministry of Foreign Affairs announces Launch of New Diaspora of Belize Website

Posted: Thursday, July 13, 2017. 1:05 p.m. CST.

By BBN Staff: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs today announced the launch of a new Diaspora of Belize website. The new site offers a fresh new look, easier navigation, comprehensive information, and links to other relevant authorities and institutions.

 The Ministry’s main goal in designing this new site is to facilitate the gathering of information on skills, experiences, and interests of Belizeans living in and legitimate Belizean organizations operating out of the Belizean Diaspora, and to engage them in contributing to the development of Belize primarily through investment and repatriation of skills.

 Additionally, the site will serve as a one-stop shop for the diaspora community to access information on investment and other opportunities and development initiatives in Belize. It is also intended to assist in documenting and informing the Government and people of Belize on the various activities and initiatives of Belizean organizations in the diaspora.

 The Government of Belize recognizes the value those in the wider Belizean Diaspora can bring to its development efforts and the website provides a viable way of attracting Belizeans living abroad to support key sectors such as education, technology, and health.

 Please visit the new website at to participate and stay informed.

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1 Comment

  1. Andre says:

    WOW –
    but why are most gov-websites are outdated?
    At the new CEO of Immigration (since 2016) is still listed as member of Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Home Affairs.
    At you see nothing except an error message, that was reported several times to labour an CITO – but nothing happens.

    And there are lot more to complain.

    The link at to BAHA tries to open http://www.n´, which not exists.

    Or try to read a law online at and you get “Website Under Reconstruction”, domain owner is the Ministry of the Attorney General.

    and lots of more bad sites.

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