With rainy season in full force, a little tropical depression has brought a downpour of showers across the nation and it’s been raining cats and dogs crocodiles and monkeys! All a part of living in the tropics.
While many people can appreciate a little rain to break up the recent heat, Mother Nature decided to be extra generous here with us in the Jewel; so much in fact, that there has been flooding in several vicinities.
The good news is, Belizeans, in true Belizean fashion, have united to help out families and people affected in the flood zones….whether it be providing home cooked meals, non-perishable food supplies, fresh water, clothes, shelter or even transportation to evacuate the affected areas, Belizeans have certainly come together to share with their neighbors a helping hand.

Together We Can Solve Hunger

Photo Courtesy: Together We Can Solve Hunger Facebook Page


Belmopan Active Youths (BAY)

Groups such as The Belize Red Cross, Together We Can Solve Hunger, Group Hug, Belmopan Active Youths (BAY), Nook Restaurant and Cocktail Bartique (San Pedro Ambergris Caye) and many more, have all come joined forces to gather funds and resources for those in need.


Nook Restaurant and Bartique, San Pedro Ambergris Caye

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Together We Can Solve Hunger

To these groups and individuals we say Thank You. Thank you for making Belize a better place for all. This is Belize. This is what makes us beautiful.

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About the Author: Tamara Sniffin

I’m a sucker for a fuzzy face, a feathered face, a face with fins or even one with scales! I am in love with the creatures and the flora that are synonymous with Belize and every opportunity I have to learn more about them and explore their wild habitats I am there! I’m the happiest when I’m snorkeling the reef and swimming with turtles, however my passion is not just limited to critters! Laced throughout this compact jungle gem of a country live the Kriol, Maya, Garifuna, Mestizo and Spanish people, and experiencing each culture, especially their celebrations is one of my favorite pastimes.

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