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Belize joined UNESCO on May 10, 1982.

The country is covered by the Organization's office in Kingston, Jamaica; UNESCO launched two regional projects in Belize in May 2005 with the aim of reducing poverty in the Caribbean and contributing to the development of education.

Belize holds nine UNESCO Chairs and is home to one UNEVOC centre. As of September 2006, the country has 3 schools participating in UNESCO’s Associated Schools Project Network (ASPnet).


NewsCaribbean symposium on inclusive education 2007-12-05 12:00 pm IBE and UNESCO Kingston
NewsImproving education statistics in Latin America and the Caribbean 2007-11-27 1:55 pm IS, UNESCO Santiago

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