Saturday, 12 April 2014

Fed donated 1.5 million dollars for job creation in Belize

Belize job employment for the Belizean citizen was recorded on 2013 a rate of 15.5 percent of unemployment, according to the Central Intelligence Agency World Factbook. That same year 41 percent of  Central America country were recorded as workers. In the U.S. unemployment rate in March was 6.7 percent, but for 16- to 19-year-old Americans, the rate is 20.9 percent. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Belize will now have the opportunity for job creation. Last week Monday April 7, 2014 an announcement of the State Department mentioned to donate a 1.5 million dollar for job at risk in the neighboring areas.

This donation is not mentioned on what the instructions is given and having the availability information on how the 2014 1.5 million dollars is being funded. In 2013, a $500,000 was donated by under Jurisdiction of the State Department's mission to Belize. This is based as Non-governmental and Non- Profit organization as availability in this organizations and the U.S. Public International Organizations (PIOs) and Educational Institutions.

It is not clear if the 2014 contribution is a new fund repeatedly from last year's announcement.  At the end of the period all given contribution money most be spent. Most award is given between 12-24 months by the U.S Embassy in Belize advancement. Roughly about 5 to 7 ideas were given to programs which cost about $1,500,000 in U.S. Government funds. For U.S. Embassy Belize expectations funds is completely available.

Despite the U.S. of Embassy in Belmopan is not likely to fund any plans below $100,000 or more than $500,000 in the U.S. Government funding (total funding for projects can and should exceed the U.S. Government funding through cost-sharing), Giving ideas by force, the Embassy may make expectations.

The 2013 contribution will have more information about the opportunity:
In Belize the lack of Violence and Crime the idea is to confront the creative and effective way to seek positive cultural and Social conducts on a fundamental peaceful society. There is no limitation on the lack of economic development Skills or tradecraft, the lack of conflict resolution skills, lack of youth opportunity in Belize.

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