March 9, 2022

Point and Counter Point: Rock of ages cleft for me – The state of advanced literacy in Belize

By Dorian A. Barrow, Ph.D., Florida State University: My Mother, Mavis Leola Fisher, turned 99 last month, and as I reflected on her memorial the hymn [...]
March 8, 2022

A special recognition of women in the Ministry of Economic Development

This theme resonates louder than ever because in the age of the COVID-19 pandemic and an impending climate crisis, we must not leave our women behind [...]
March 8, 2022

Empowering women and girls in the Caribbean for long-lasting change

By Lilia Burunciuc and Ximena de Carpio:
March 8, 2022

To Accelerate Growth, Empower Women Entrepreneurs

By Mauricio Claver-Carone - President of the Washington, DC-based Inter-American Development Bank, the leading source of finance for Latin America and the Caribbean.
March 2, 2022

Counterpoint: COBEC – Heaven, Hell, or Purgatory

By Wesley Hickey - Dean, University of Texas Tyler College of Education and Psychology; Chair, Teachers for a Better Belize:
February 16, 2022
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Point and Counter Point: Domestic Violence – The lasting scars on battered women in Belize

By Dorian Barrow, Ph.D., Florida State University: In a recent publication in a refereed journal by Galen University’s professor, Dr Deborah Mencias McMillan, entitled “Analysis of [...]
February 15, 2022

Harvest Caye Belize is looking for a mechanic

The successful applicant will be required a number of tasks, including the daily, weekly, and monthly maintenance of vehicles, vessels, equipment, machinery, and facilities according to [...]
February 7, 2022

Point and Counter Point: The Consortium for Belize Educational Cooperation – Heaven, Hell or Purgatory?

By Dorian A. Barrow, Ph.D., Florida State University: The Consortium For Belize Educational Cooperation (COBEC) might well be a unique organization among higher education collaborations. It [...]