8 results for ENVIRONMENTAL-EDUCATION in Belize
 
 

As Belize’s only development Bank, The Development Finance Corporation (DFC) provides financing for small businesses and larger productive sector based businesses, home fina ncing to buy, build, renovate, expand or refinance homes, financing to pursue Tertiary level education or higher and financing for the development of Energy Efficient / Renewable Energy Projects,.

DFC’s mission is to provide development financing and related services which contribute to the sustainable growth of Belize’s economy.

We finance economically and environmentally friendly projects in the sectors of Tourism, Agriculture, Agro-processing, Transport services, Cultural Arts, Micro & Small Enterprise, Agro-Forestry, Alternate Energy, Environmental conservation, organic farming and other ‘Green’ Projects.
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As Belize’s only development Bank, The Development Finance Corporation (DFC) provides financing for small businesses and larger productive sector based businesses, home fina ncing to buy, build, renovate, expand or refinance homes, financing to pursue Tertiary level education or higher and financing for the development of Energy Efficient / Renewable Energy Projects,.

DFC’s mission is to provide development financing and related services which contribute to the sustainable growth of Belize’s economy.

We finance economically and environmentally friendly projects in the sectors of Tourism, Agriculture, Agro-processing, Transport services, Cultural Arts, Micro & Small Enterprise, Agro-Forestry, Alternate Energy, Environmental conservation, organic farming and other ‘Green’ Projects.
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As Belize’s only development Bank, The Development Finance Corporation (DFC) provides financing for small businesses and larger productive sector based businesses, home fina ncing to buy, build, renovate, expand or refinance homes, financing to pursue Tertiary level education or higher and financing for the development of Energy Efficient / Renewable Energy Projects,.

DFC’s mission is to provide development financing and related services which contribute to the sustainable growth of Belize’s economy.

We finance economically and environmentally friendly projects in the sectors of Tourism, Agriculture, Agro-processing, Transport services, Cultural Arts, Micro & Small Enterprise, Agro-Forestry, Alternate Energy, Environmental conservation, organic farming and other ‘Green’ Projects.
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As Belize’s only development Bank, The Development Finance Corporation (DFC) provides financing for small businesses and larger productive sector based businesses, home fina ncing to buy, build, renovate, expand or refinance homes, financing to pursue Tertiary level education or higher and financing for the development of Energy Efficient / Renewable Energy Projects,.

DFC’s mission is to provide development financing and related services which contribute to the sustainable growth of Belize’s economy.

We finance economically and environmentally friendly projects in the sectors of Tourism, Agriculture, Agro-processing, Transport services, Cultural Arts, Micro & Small Enterprise, Agro-Forestry, Alternate Energy, Environmental conservation, organic farming and other ‘Green’ Projects.
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As Belize’s only development Bank, The Development Finance Corporation (DFC) provides financing for small businesses and larger productive sector based businesses, home fina ncing to buy, build, renovate, expand or refinance homes, financing to pursue Tertiary level education or higher and financing for the development of Energy Efficient / Renewable Energy Projects,.

DFC’s mission is to provide development financing and related services which contribute to the sustainable growth of Belize’s economy.

We finance economically and environmentally friendly projects in the sectors of Tourism, Agriculture, Agro-processing, Transport services, Cultural Arts, Micro & Small Enterprise, Agro-Forestry, Alternate Energy, Environmental conservation, organic farming and other ‘Green’ Projects.
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As Belize’s only development Bank, The Development Finance Corporation (DFC) provides financing for small businesses and larger productive sector based businesses, home fina ncing to buy, build, renovate, expand or refinance homes, financing to pursue Tertiary level education or higher and financing for the development of Energy Efficient / Renewable Energy Projects,.

DFC’s mission is to provide development financing and related services which contribute to the sustainable growth of Belize’s economy.

We finance economically and environmentally friendly projects in the sectors of Tourism, Agriculture, Agro-processing, Transport services, Cultural Arts, Micro & Small Enterprise, Agro-Forestry, Alternate Energy, Environmental conservation, organic farming and other ‘Green’ Projects.
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Plenty Belize

Mission: Working together for the well-being of the people, communities, and environment of Toledo, Belize

Plenty Belize is a registered Belize an NGO with its office in Punta Gorda Town. Founded in 1997 Plenty Belize has a history of working hand in hand with other local groups to address local needs in a sustainable manner. Plenty Belize has acted both as a service provider within projects spearheaded by other organizations and as a project manager.

Areas of focus:
Sustainable development of energy, water, and food resources
Sanitation, Nutrition, and Health Education
Economic initiatives such as agro-business and micro-enterprise development
Environmental Awareness and Adaptation to Global Climate Change
Relevant Public Education
Inclusion of Women, Youths, and Persons with Disabilities in the development of their communities and beyond
Respect for the culture of the many indigenous peoples of the area.


The Toledo District is the southernmost district of Belize, and so shares a border with Guatemala on the south and west. The Toledo District is home to a harmonious mix of peoples – Mopan and Kek’chi Maya, Garifuna, East Indian, Creole, Mestizo, British and American ex-pats – as well as some of Central America’s most pristine rainforest and numerous bird, plant and animal species. Off the coast of Belize lies the second longest coral barrier reef in the world, with the many inner cayes providing a unique marine environment that is home to manatee, sea turtles, corals, and many fish species. Over 80% of the population is rurally based and relies on subsistence agriculture for their livelihood. Malnutrition is a persistent problem, particularly as it relates to Vitamin A, Calcium, and Iron. The Toledo District has by far the highest poverty rate in Belize, and regularly ranks at the bottom with regards to education, health, infant mortality, and similar measures of standards of living.
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The Community Baboon Sanctuary (CBS) is a pioneering project in voluntary grassroots conservation. The goal is to sustain the habitat of the Black Howler Monkey (called 'baboo n' in the local Creole dialect) while promoting the economic development of the participating communities. The result has been an innovative project in sustainable ecotourism that protects the habitat for the endangered Black Howler Monkey and other species while offering a unique opportunity for visitors to experience the rainforest and witness Black Howler Monkeys in the wild.

Over 200 private landowners in seven villages, stretching over 20 square miles, have voluntarily pledged to conserve their land for the protection of the Black Howler Monkey habitat. Many of these landowners benefits directly from the Sanctuary thanks to ecotourism. Many more benefits indirectly through the educational programs. Moreover, the population of the Black Howler Monkey in the Sanctuary has risen to over 2,000 monkeys.

With four main goals - Conservation, Education, Research, and Tourism - the CBS has become a model for other such sanctuaries throughout the world. The Sanctuary was founded by Dr. Robert Horwich, an American primatologist and Fallet Young, a landowner in the village of Bermudian Landing, in 1985 with the initial participation of 12 landowners. As it has grown, it has helped ensure the protection of not just Black Howler Monkeys, but many species of flora and fauna in the area. In 1998, the Women's Conservation Group was formed, which currently manages the CBS.

The greatest threat to the monkeys continues to be habitat disturbance due to agriculture, logging and hunting. The Sanctuary was established to help address this threat by showing landowners the benefits of preserving their land for the monkeys. The CBS works to make sustainable tourism an attractive alternative to destructive land management practices. At the same time, the Sanctuary helps educate both the local com munity and visitors about the importance of biodiversity and sustainability.
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