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National Committee for Families and Children

U-Report Belize positively impacting youth

The U-Report Belize program is a powerful, innovative tool that can increase youth participation in the country as it engages young people in different issues and connects them with policy and decision makers through their cell phones.

UNICEF Belize hosts workshop on Child-Friendly Media

United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) Belize, along with the National Committee for Families and Children (NCFC) and Local Government (the Ministry responsible for the Sustainable and Child Friendly Municipalities Initiative) held a children’s right and child friendly media workshop with Belizean media corps at Best Western Plus Belize Biltmore Plaza in Belize City on Saturday, April 27th.

Sustainable & Child-Friendly Municipality Initiative Mayors Retreat

The Ministry of Labour, Local Government and Rural Development in collaboration with the United Nations International Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and the National Committee for Families and Children (NCFC) hosted a two-day event, October 11th & 12th 2018, for mayors and councillors with responsibility for the implementation of the Sustainable & Child-Friendly Municipality Initiative (SCFMI).

Easy access to technology has led to an increase in cyberbullying

According to a report by I-SAFE Foundation, cyberbullying has become a serious problem among teens and it is up to everyone in the community to help fight the problem.

Belizeans stand up against child abuse, crime and violence in the country

Belizeans call on the Government of Belize and other related authorities to find ways to stop child abuse, crime and violence in our country. March is dedicated as Child Stimulation Month but citizens are sadden with amount of young lives that have been taken unjustidly.

2017 Children’s Week comes to an end with a grand parade

On Friday, November 17th, island schools joined educational institutions across the country of Belize to celebrate the culmination of Children’s Week 2017.

The Children’s Agenda 2017-2030 officially launched

The Children’s Agenda is a result framework that looks at the development of children and adolescents ages 0-19 over the next 14 years.

The New Children’s Agenda

The Agenda is a results framework that looks at the development of children and adolescence age 0-19 over the next 14 years.