Belize has been described by many as a country with one foot in Central America, and one foot in the Caribbean. This unique nation, rich in natural resources, shares several comparative advantages and development challenges with its neighbors in both regions. Since 1992, when Belize joined the IDB, we have been working in close partnership with the people of Belize to overcome … [Read more...] about Are you a communicator passionate about development? If so, join our team in Belize!
According to the latest Global Competitiveness Report, Trinidad and Tobago ranks 83rd out of 137 countries. Climbing the ranks and increasing the competitiveness of the country could lead to several benefits. It may stimulate economic diversification and non-energy exports, correct external imbalances, generate employment, and spur innovation. In order to become more … [Read more...] about Boosting Trinidad’s Private Sector Engine: International experiences from across the Americas
By Rocío Medina-Bolívar and Dana King Trinidad’s first National Women’s Health Survey maps out the complexity of effectively ending family violence Christine Chuniesingh is one of the most recent victims of intimate partner violence to reach the front page of Trinidad and Tobago’s national newspapers. Her brutal murder is a tragic example of the horror of intimate … [Read more...] about Is there an effective way to end family violence?