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Belize is the first country in the world to adopt a national, multispecies secure fishing rights program for small-scale fisheries. The new paradigm empowers Belize’s fishers and communities to conserve and protect the ecosystem, while still using its resources to provide for their families.
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TIDE, one of Belize’s most respected NGOs, uses a ridge-to-reef approach in its conservation and sustainable development work in southern Belize’s Mayan Mountain Marine Corridor, where it manages … … Read More »

Through its online platform the Coalition for Adolescent Girls brings together more than 30 international organizations that design, implement and evaluate programs that benefit adolescent girls throughout the developing world who are trapped in cycles of poverty… Read More »

GOJoven was launched in 2004 in Belize, Guatemala, Honduras and Quintana Roo, Mexico and has trained over 350 young leaders aged 18-30 to act as catalysts for improving adolescent sexual and reproductive health choices, services, policies, and programs at the community, national, and regional levels. Run by the Public Health Institute (PHI) for nearly ten years, PHI began supporting a transition to alumni-led GOJovens in 2012. The local youth-led GOJoven associations have continued to grow and deepen their impact…. Read More »

The Central America and Mexico Youth Fund (CAMY Fund) is a multi-donor initiative that supports projects in Central America and Mexico that are led by youth, for the benefit of youth. Launched in 2014 by the Seattle International Foundation with support from Summit, the CAMY Fund gives young project leaders the tools they need to succeed – providing funding and technical assistance with project planning, budgeting, and evaluation of results. Current supported projects focus on girls’ equality and adolescent sexual and reproductive health and rights…. Read More »

GOJoven was launched in 2004 in Belize, Guatemala, Honduras and Quintana Roo, Mexico and has trained over 350 young leaders aged 18-30 to act as catalysts for improving adolescent sexual and reproductive health choices, services, policies, and programs at the community, national, and regional levels. Run by the Public Health Institute for nearly ten years, PHI began supporting a transition to alumni-led GOJovens in each country in 2012. The youth-led GOJoven associations in each country have continued to grow and deepen their programs addressing ASRH and transform gender norms… Read More »