October 22, 2022

Lynam Agriculture College was, ANRI is, and the students are the future – World Food Day address by Anthony Chanona

In 2020, the population census of the world was counted to be 7.75 billion people. In just 2 years thereafter, despite famine, war, disease and pandemics, [...]
October 20, 2022

Construction and retrofitting of 27 schools begins in Belize under Education Sector Reform program

Minister of Education, Francis Fonseca provided an update on the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) Belize Education Sector Reform Program II.
October 20, 2022

Six Belizeans, including two Ministry of Agriculture staff members, undergo food processing training in Taiwan

By Rubén Morales Iglesias: Six Belizeans, including Ministry of Agriculture, Food Security, and Enterprise (MAFSE) representatives, are currently undergoing short courses and training in food processing in [...]
October 19, 2022

Leader of the Opposition congratulates “Lord Rhaburn” on receiving honorary doctorate

Barrow took to Facebook today, saluting Rhaburn for his contributions to music in Belize.
October 19, 2022

Edinburgh Napier University visits Belize City on Tuesday, November 1, to recruit students

By Rubén Morales Iglesias: Internationally renowned Edinburgh Napier University (ENU) is having an information session for prospective students interested in joining the ENU family, on Tuesday, November [...]
October 17, 2022

University of Belize graduates 1,145 in first in-person post-Covid ceremony

As we previously reported, UB awarded honorary doctorate degrees to Hon. Said Musa (Doctor of Laws) and Gerald “Lord” Rhaburn (Doctor of Arts) for their immeasurable [...]
October 17, 2022

English Language Educators invited to participate in OPEN professional development courses

The OPEN program offers English teachers the opportunity to participate in an 8-week professional development course developed by U.S. universities.
October 17, 2022

Educators invited to engage with the Ministry of Education’s 501 Academy’s Inclusion Corner

The Ministry says that it recognizes that well-trained teachers make for a strong education system and the ministry continues to prioritize teacher development and resource sharing.