HfP understands that the problems of rural
communities in Belize are multi-faceted and muli-layered
How we have helped...
HfP has partnered with the United Nation
High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in implementing the
Refugee Protection Programme from 1995 to the present date.
Management of Micro-credit programs for Refugee Impacted
Conducting productive and infrastructural Quick Impact
Projects (QUIPS) in 81 Refugee Impacted Communities affecting
over 112,300 beneficiaries
Providing protection services for Refugees seeking regularization
Providing logistical assistance for the integration of
Central American Refugees including the status regularization
Assisting asylum seekers, including new arrivals and appeals
Above: traditional house at El Pilar
Help for Progress understands that the problems
of rural communities in Belize are multi-faceted and multi-layered.
Each community is unique and must be dealt with on an individual
basis. Understanding the values and connectivity of communities,
surveying the various aspects of life and then sharing those
findings, brings new light and inspiration to move them forward
on the path they choose. Empowering them with capacitation
from outside experts and political support from the government.