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Emergency relief and response
Belize response in emergencies
Women, children and people in vulnerable situations are disproportionately affected by disasters; in fact, children make up 50%half of those displaced
Reimagining a Better Future … Responding to the Present
UNICEF Belize for World Children’s Day 2020
UNICEF statement on Belize flooding in the aftermath of Tropical Storm Eta
Central America Tropical Storm Eta Situation Report, 10 November 2020
Central America Humanitarian Situation Report Tropical Storm Eta, 6 November 2020
5 ways COVID-19 is affecting children in Belize
From education to health, UNICEF is working around the clock to support children and families
UNICEF delivers 8,000 testing kits to boost COVID-19 response in Belize as cases increase
UNICEF Belize: Fast Facts
U.S. Government launches US$300,000 project to fund UNICEF emergency response initiatives for children in Belize affected by the COVID-19 pandemic
UNICEF and the U.S. Government join forces to reduce risk and impact of COVID-19 in Belize.
Strengthening preparedness for emergency response in Belize
UNICEF humanitarian good practice series
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