Belize has attained a gradual economic development based on its tourism and agricultural industries. The GNI per capita of Belize is US$4,470 (2018:World Bank) and the country is classified as a middle income country. However, the country is highly vulnerable to external factors such as frequent natural disasters and faces issues of social and economic disparity. JICA's support to Belize focuses on "disaster risk reduction and environmental conservation" and "disparity reduction" in order to tackle the country's internal and external vulnerabilities.
|August 5, 2020||Message from the Resident Representative|
|August 5, 2020||JICA Belize Office|
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