PROJECTS


With 41% of the population (126,000 people) living below the poverty line, HPPBZ's project portfolio and priorities include community development; sustainable farming & environment; healthy lifestyles; disaster risk reduction & management; and social entrepreneurship. 

 

To date, HPP Belize has worked directly with 7,000 families (approximately 31,500 people) in over 50 communities.

ONGOING PROJECTS

      Click on the links to read more about each project.

 

 

Child aid

(2007 to present)



  

Clean and affordable energy for all

Advancing the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in southern Belize

(2020)



 

 

Girls’ and mothers’ clubs

Expansion and Enhancement

(Phase 2, 2019 to 2020)



 

 

Humana shops 

Second-hand Clothes and Shoes 

(2008 to present)



  

Increase farmers’ capacity to reduce the effects of climate change

on crops in Toledo District

(2019 to 2020)



 

Promoting accountability and good governance of youth development programmes

through CSO Engagement in Belize / PAGE Project

(2019 to 2021)





 

Refugees and asylum seekers

in Belize

(Phase 2, 2020)



Strengthen emergency and disaster response

in vulnerable communities by building capacities and improving collaboration and service delivery in southern Belize

(2018 to 2020)



 

Strengthen rural communities’ response to disasters

 in Belize through capacity building and emergency equipment supply

(2020)



 

Strengthen, empower, enforce human rights

SeeHR Project

(2017 to 2020)


FINISHED PROJECTS

 

Building adaptive capacity and resilience to climate change

in Toledo, Southern Belize (2017 to 2019)



 

 

Refugees and asylum seekers

in Belize (Phase 1, 2019)



 

Development of nutrition education programs 

at public schools and empowerment of women groups in marginalized communities in rural Belize (2019)



 

 

Enhanced livelihoods for women groups 

in rural communities of southern Belize (2019)



 

Improving access for rural community members to proper sanitation facilities

in Red Bank, Stann Creek District, Belize (2019)



 

Improved community sanitation, hygiene and residue disposal

 in Santa Rosa and San Roman, Belize (2018)



 

Improving storage and processing of agricultural products 

to Reduce Post-harvest Losses (2018)



 

 

Girls’ and mothers’ clubs

Nutrition and Health (Phase 1, 2017 to 2018)