Posted: Friday, May 28, 2021. 4:01 pm CST.
By BBN Staff: Today, Narda Garcia, Chief Executive Officer in the Office of the Prime Minister and Christine Smith, Director of RESTORE Belize met with Alison Parker, UNICEF Representative for Belize to sign an amendment to a 2-year rolling work plan with UNICEF BELIZE.
UNICEF says that the partnership is being strengthened to include remedial interventions and psycho-social support to children and adolescents in communities impacted by violence, including a focus on those living in migrant communities.
This will strengthen the response to COVID-19, in collaboration with the Ministry of Education, Culture, Science and Technology, with the continuity of access to quality learning for the most vulnerable.
UNICEF Belize has allocated BZD $150,000 to RESTORE Belize through the Humanitarian Action for Migrant and Refugee Children in Mexico and Central America, 2021 (HAC CAMEX) emergency funds.
UNICEF noted that among the activities to be implemented include the Early Identification Intervention System for At-Risk primary school children and Trauma-Informed Practice in School (TIPS).
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