Posted: Friday, January 21, 2022. 4:56 p.m. CST.
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By Ruben Morales Iglesias: Executive President of the Central American Bank for Economic Integration (CABEI) Dante Mossi and the President visited the Ministries of Education and Infrastructure, Development and Housing.
CABEI said on Twitter that its representatives met Thursday with the Ministry of Education “to discuss ongoing initiatives in this sector, including the Project to Improve Adult Education and Continuing Education”.
On Monday, CABEI and the government of Belize signed a cooperation agreement on the scholarship program which is expected to help a total of 225 students complete their secondary education.
On Thursday, the CABEI delegation “met with key economic sectors, including the Ministry of Infrastructure, Planning and Housing”.
They also met with representatives of Belize Water Services, “which currently operates and maintains sewage systems in three municipalities, namely Belmopan, Belize City and San Pedro Town.”
The CABEI team is exploring opportunities for cooperation with the government of Belize and met with virtually all government departments during their five-day visit.
In addition to the $1.25 million scholarship program cooperation agreement signed on Monday, another agreement for the rehabilitation of the Philip Goldson Highway from Ladyville to Gardenia was due to be signed on Friday.
Dr. Osmond Martinez, Director General of the Ministry of Finance, Economic Development and Investment and Carlos Pol, Director and Technical Focal Point of CABEI, accompany Mossi in all meetings and site visits.
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