The Situation Analysis of Blind & Visually Impaired Children

UNICEF Belize and its partners, Belize Council for the Visually Impaired and CARE, launched the Situation Analysis of Children with Disabilities and the Situation Analysis of Blind & Visually Impaired Children at Radisson Fort George Hotel at 10 a.m. on 22 August 2013. UNICEF's annual State of the World's Children's report was also presented at this event.   

The Situation Analysis of Children with Disabilities



Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey Report 2012

The Belize Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS 4) 2011 conducted is part of the UNICEF-Government of Belize programme of cooperation to monitor the progress of boys and girls' development in Belize. It provides updated statistically sound and internationally comparable estimates of a range of indicators in health, education, child protection, water and sanitation, HIV and AIDS.

Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey Final Report 2012



Areas: Child Mortality, Nutrition, Child Health, Water and Sanitation, Child Development, Education, Child Protection

Situation Analysis 2011 Launch

UNICEF Representative Christine Norton states that the rights-focused Situation Analysis of Children and Women in Belize is about the importance of the ecology in which children grow and she underscores the importance of early and consistent investments across the lifecycle which can translate into positive outcomes for boys, girls, and women to shape lives.

Read the Analysis

Situation Analysis of Women and Children in Belize 2011: An Ecological Review 


Make Your Child Count Campaign

UNICEF, Ministry of Health, Vital Statistics Unit, Belize Social Security, National Committee for Families and Children, Toledo Programme for Children and Adolescents, POWA, Organization of American States, Mrs. Kim Simplis Barrow, Special Envoy for Women and Children continues to work on Make your child count campaign to ensure that all children in both rural and urban areas are reached and Belize achieves universal birth registration.


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