Posted: Saturday, July 7, 2018. 8:30 a.m. CST.
By BBN Staff: The Embassy of Mexico in Belize yesterday hosted a ceremony at Escuela Secundaria Técnica México, in Corozal, Belize, where 25 half-scholarships were awarded to Belizean students of the evening shift.
The Acting Principal of the Escuela Secundaria Mexico, Esmira Castaneda thanked the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Mexico, the Mexican Agency of International Cooperation and Development, and the Ministry of Education of Belize.
Former Principal, Carlos Castillo was recognized by the Mexican Embassy in Belize for his nine years of service at the Escuela Secundaria Técnica México, after stepping down as principal this past June 30, 2018.
The region of Mesoamerica and the Caribbean is a priority to promote integration and to achieve shared development for the Mexican Agency of International Cooperation and Development (AMEXCID).
As such, the agency works through the Mesoamerica Integration and Development Project (Proyecto Mesoamérica) and the Infrastructure Fund Trust for Mesoamerican and Caribbean Countries (Fondo de Yucatán), a financial instrument to support the execution of infrastructure projects that contribute to the connectivity and the economic development of the region.
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