Peace Corps in Belize

There are more than 35 Volunteers in Belize working with their communities on health projects. During their service in Belize, Volunteers learn to speak local languages, including Kriol, Q’eqchi, and Spanish. More than 2,000 Peace Corps Volunteers have served in Belize since the program was established in 1962.    

Current: 35
To Date: 2000
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"The impact the Volunteer has made on this community is tremendous; from better care for the sick people, to more people exercising and practicing healthier eating, to better health education for school children and pregnant women, to major things like our first community pre-school will now be opened on a major part thanks to her. We see the difference.”

Rick Avella - School Principal

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Contributions to the Belize Country Fund will support Volunteer and community projects that will take place in Belize.

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Diabetes, hypertension, and early childhood malnutrition are some of the most prevalent health issues in rural Belize. Nutrition based health educa...

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The proposed Boys Reaching Out (BRO) Camp will focus on fostering leadership, strengthening self-esteem, encouraging healthy lifestyles, and spread...

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