2018 – 2019 Wages for different Employment Levels in Belize as approved by the House of Representatives on March 22-23 2018 and the Senate on March 27 2018. These are the National Minimum allowed wages.
If you’re not sure what a word means, hover over it, we added definitions to most of the odd words. NEW PAYSCALE NUMBER 1 7,824 x 516 – $17,628 Cleaner Day Care Provider Domestic Auxiliary Gateman Janitor Janitor/Caretaker Office Assistant Restroom Attendant Watchman NEW PAYSCALE NUMBER 2 9,456 x 588 – $20,628 Attendant Caretaker Caretaker/Janitor Cleaner Cook Dietary Aide Domestic Auxiliary Domestic Cook Farm Attendant Foster Mother General Helper Groundsman Handyman Hospital Attendant Janitor Janitor/Caretaker Male Attendant Night Warden Office Assistant Office Assistant/Caretaker Office Assistant/Janitor Sprayman Porter/Parademic Radio/Telephone Operator Receptionist Records Room Attendant Relief Foster Mother Seamstress Security Assistant II […]
MK-ULTRA, which operated from the 1950s until the early ’60s, was created and run by a chemist named Sidney Gottlieb. Journalist Stephen Kinzer, who spent several years investigating the program, calls the operation the “most sustained search in history for techniques of mind control.” “Gottlieb wanted to create a way to seize control of people’s minds, and he realized it was a two-part process,” Kinzer says. “First, you had to blast away the existing mind. Second, you had to find a way to insert a new mind into that resulting void. We didn’t get too far on number two, but […]
Nemo Main Office Contact National Emergency Management Organization (NEMO) NEMO Headquarters, City of Belmopan, Belize, Central America Telephone: (501) 822-2054 / 0995 Emergency Line: (501) 936 Fax: (501) 822-2861/802-0874 Email: email@example.com District Emergency Coordinators NAME POST EMAIL ADDRESS Ms. Jeromey Timrose Augustin Belize District Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Alpheus Gillett Belize Rural email@example.com Mr.Juan Leiva Orange Walk firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Ronnie Hernandez Corozal email@example.com Mr. David Cruz Stann Creek firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Kenton Parham Toledo email@example.com Mr. Johnny Ramclam Cayo firstname.lastname@example.org Mrs. Clare Moody Belmopan email@example.com Mr. Kevin Pollard Belize Rural firstname.lastname@example.org Ms.Vanessa Parham San Pedro email@example.com Regional Emergency Coordinators NAME POST EMAIL […]
This will remain a work in progress article as we are always learning new ways to prepare for emergencies. We will also be making some print outs for general use case preparing regardless of emergency and will post them as soon as they are ready so stay tuned. It is essential to be prepared for any emergency scenarios. Today we’ll be looking at Hurricanes. What is a Hurricane? A hurricane is a type of storm called a tropical cyclone, which forms over tropical or subtropical waters. When a storm’s maximum sustained winds reach 74 mph, it is called a hurricane. […]
Belize District Location Internal Shelter (Less than 100 MPH) External Shelter (More than 100 MPH) Bermudian Landing Belize Rural Primary School, BelRiv Centre Belize Rural Primary School Biscayne Biscayne Government School Biscayne Government School Bomba Santa Martha RC School, Maskall RC School Santa Martha RC School, Maskall RC School Boston Sandhill Community Center King’s College Burrell Boom Methodist School, St. Therese RC School Methodist School, St. Therese RC School Corozalito Corozalito Community Centre Corozalito Community Centre Crooked Tree Crooked Tree Disaster Shelter, Government School Crooked Tree Disaster Shelter, Government School Davis/Grace Bank Sandhill Community Centre Sandhill Community Centre Double Head […]
We got several messages asking us about our Facebook account and wanted to note that we are no longer on that platform due to restriction and censorship of the freedom of speech and the move to strip anonymity from users and publishers.
United Nations CCPR/C/BLZ/CO/1 Distr.: General 26 April 2013 Human Rights Committee Concluding observations on Belize in the absence of a report, adopted by the Committee at its 107th session (11 – 28 March 2013) 1. In the absence of a report by the Stateparty, the Human Rights Committee considered the situation of civil and political rights under the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights in Belize at its 2960th meeting (CCPR/C/SR. 2960), held in a public session on 15 March 2013. In accordance with rule 70, paragraph 1, of the Committee’s rules of procedure, the failure of a State […]
Our Esteemed brother Paco Smith wrote up a great research paper on the inaccuracies of what is being sold as the greatest threat to Belize as a nation and people, meaning that our largest threat is not an external boogey man but rather a more familiar one, the real boogey man being our own governance and those that work together with them in the shadows. Shared with full consent from Paco Smith Abstract Threats to Belize’s security are often conceptualised and cast as emanating from external elements. Indeed, with the looming existential threat of Guatemala and its unfounded claim to […]
This article contains multiple pages, look for the page lists after the Related Articles section. While I agree that guns should be something controlled, I also believe that there should be a freedom for people to own guns and that it should be applicable to all citizens, not just some with a few special people able to have their way. In Belize there is a tendency that people tied to the ruling Government of the day get to have special privileges and can be above the law just like the politicians if they are close enough or have connections to […]
Date: 1977 June 29, 00:00 (Wednesday) Original Classification: SECRET Handling Restrictions: LIMDIS – Limited Distribution Only Office Action: ACTION ARA – Bureau of Inter-American Affairs From: Guatemala Guatemala To: Secretary of State 1. SUMMARY: MISSION DOES NOT BELIEVE GUATEMALAN ATTACK ON BELIZE IS IMMINENT. WE BELIEVE SIGNALS THAT MIGHT BE READ ASPREPARATION FOR ATTACK ARE INSTEAD A CALCULATED ATTEMPT BY GOG TO INFLUENCE BRITISH POLICY AND […]
The Inter-American Treaty of Reciprocal Assistance was an agreement signed in 1947 in Rio de Janeiro among many countries of the Americas. The central principle contained in its articles is that an attack against one is to be considered an attack against them all; this was known as the “hemispheric defense” doctrine.