Project Status: Finished in December 2019
The project increased the capacities of Persons of Concern (PoCs)* in Bella Vista Village in the Toledo District by enhancing their access to essential services, information, opportunities, and basic needs.
*Persons of Concern include refugees, returnees, stateless people, the internally displaced, and asylum-seekers.
The project worked directly with 123 PoCs, 65 children and 58 adults.
To contribute to building the resilience, inclusion, and integration of PoCs in Belize.
To foster the attainment of human rights of PoCs through capacity building, access to services and livelihood opportunities, awareness-raising activities, and spaces for information and recreation.
To raise knowledge and awareness about rights, services, and opportunities for PoCs, the project:
To increase the academic and professional capacity of PoCs, the project:
To share information about the project, the current legal system, and the living conditions and needs of PoCs as well as to create synergies and avoid the replication of efforts, the project:
During project implementation, HPPBZ collaborated with:
Start: August 2019
End: December 2019
Duration: 5 months
The project is funded by