- published: 17 Feb 2016
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WEBISODE 14 * Peter continues his story to McDonald family there in Douglas Bank main house. His men, all slaves, whip out the Spanish platoon. After a days rest, the 2 families head up Belize River another day to the new McDonald log works and future home. They meet the Rock Dondo Mayans.
Searching for cure for my cluster headaches, I was, luckily, able to find this very knowledgable medicine man that I had been told about in seeking help. The bark of this tree made my burning cluster headache go away for days. It works. Problem is, this tree wont grow in California.
For the latest news across Belize, visit: http://edition.channel5belize.com/ Jamaican patties are known for their trademark yellow, flaky crust and can be found at Big Bite Restaurant and some gas stations. But for quite some time, the Jamaican producers had been experiencing challenges with exporting their meat and chicken patties to Belize. This was even after a meeting of CARICOM’s Council for Trade and Development where approval was given for the export of Jamaican patties to all CARICOM member states. Today, Minister Panton also gave a comment on that impasse between Belize and Jamaica.
The first episode of Great Belize Cooking travels to the Orange Walk district for a taste of its famous and unique tacos, which may considered to be works of art by some. See the traditional preparation of Belize's favorite spice: recado & homemade corn tortillas in the village of San Jose Palmar in the Orange Walk District in Belize. Host & chef, Sean Kuylen, then cooks up his own inspired Belize cuisine using these two very Belizean ingredients. Great Belize Cooking is the newest show produced by Great Belize Television - Channel 5. It is a travelling showcase of the different cultural foods and ingredients used within communities throughout the country of Belize. Host & chef, Sean Kuylen, takes viewers on this culinary journey, and even creates gourmet recipes using the traditional i...
CROZ & RAS in association with Hannah Rose of ComeUnity Works beautifying multiple community projects around Dangriga and Belize City on our second annual Street Art Trip! HUGE thanks and Ras-pect to Kabaka Pyramid for his permission to use the track, "No Capitalist", off Lead the Way from Bebble Rock music, 2013.
Video produced on the occasion of United Nations Day; it gives an overview of how the United Nations works in Belize. There are currently several UN Agencies resident or working in Belize. PAHO/WHO commenced operations In Belize in the 1950s and UNICEF established an office in Belize in 1981. UNDP began working in Belize in 1982 and opened its office in 1993 while UNFPA began in 2004. UNAIDS also has a presence in Belize. This team of UN Agencies is led by Mr. Roberto Valent, the current UN Resident Coordinator (RC) / UNDP Resident Representative (RR) who was appointed in November 2010. The RC is the designated representative of the United Nations Secretary-General for the coordination of development operations at the country level.
The Toledo Cacao Growers Association (TCGA) is a non-governmental organization that works with cacao farmers in improving production provide training sales, quality and exportation of organically grown cacao to the local and international market. TCGA work with community base organization, civil society, governments and international organization to encourage and support effective policies and practise through research and policy development, and through supporting the development of local capacities and structures. Today more than 600 active subsistence farmers (primarily in the Toledo and South Stann Creek Districts) are engaged in cacao production. Its members are divided into 55 communities in the Toledo, Stann Creek and Cayo Districts that produce some 80 tons of cacao beans annually...