For a small country, Belize boasts a remarkable degree of diversity. From the pine savannahs to the crystal cayes, from the Maya communities to the coastal Garifuna, it is a rich and dynamic place. But Belize also faces systemic issues in public education and environmental care. The scars of colonialism, poverty, and environmental exploitation threaten the fabric of all of Belize’s communities, both human and ecological.
EPI runs science and conservation programs that supplement and strengthen Belize’s existing educational system, providing students an entry point to engage with real scientific research and pressing ecological concerns.
By protecting habitat and helping scientists, these students emerge empowered to build a bright future for their communities.
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