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26 de julho de 2018 | Notícia
Caribbean Forum on Population, Youth and Development is examining strategies to institutionalize youth involvement in the sustainable development of the subregion
16 de novembro de 2017 | Notícia
The Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) subregional headquarters for the Caribbean discussed the relationship between debt accumulation, the external sector deficit and lack of robust growth in the Caribbean at a recent meeting in Belize.
5 de setembro de 2017 | Notícia
A series of consultations designed to explain the importance of pursuing public expenditure reviews (PERs) as part of the budget process were conducted recently in Belize with Government Chief Executive Officers, representatives from line Ministries and finance officers.
13 de setembro de 2016 | Notícia
An interagency team lead by ECLAC has visted the main sites hit by Hurricane Earl in Belize, including San Pedro, Caye Caulker, Belize City, Ladyville, Belize River Valley, Orange Walk and Belmopan.
21 de julho de 2016 | Notícia
This initiative complements the recently launched ECLAC proposal for debt for climate adaptation swaps since it is designed to promote fiscal responsibility and build the fiscal resilience of the Caribbean; conditions which are integral to the success of the debt swap proposal.
13 de maio de 2016 | Notícia
A high level ECLAC mission that included the Director of the subregional headquarters for the Caribbean, Diane Quarless, visited Saint Kitts and Nevis, Antigua and Barbuda and Barbados, to inform project stakeholders about the upcoming activities of the ongoing ECLAC Development Account project, “Strengthening the technical capacity of public finance managers in select Caribbean Small Island Developing States (SIDS)”. The project will also be introduced to policy makers in Belize.
16 de novembro de 2010 | Comunicado de imprensa
CEPAL mostrará 25 programas premiados por serem os mais inovadores, com maior participação comunitária e baixos custos, desenvolvidos para superar a pobreza e a desigualdade na Região.