Ministry of Sustainable Development signs MOU with Nine Wildlife Rehabilitation Centres

Ministry of Sustainable Development signs MOU with Nine Wildlife Rehabilitation Centres

Earlier this month, Belize joined the rest of the world to commemorate World Wildlife Day. This year, the day was celebrated under the theme “Partnerships for Wildlife Conservation,” which focuses on the need to work across governments, civil society, and the private sector to turn commitment into action. Last week, Minister of Sustainable Development Orlando Habet marked the occasion by formalizing Belize’s commitment to partners by signing a Memorandum of Understanding with nine wildlife rehabilitation centers operating in Belize. These are ACES Wildlife Rescue, Belize Bird Rescue, Belize Raptor Centre, Belize Wildlife Referral Clinic, Belize Zoo, Crocodile Research Coalition, Eco-Iguana Corner Foundation, Green Iguana Conservation Project, and Wildtracks. The Forest Department also awarded one of its rehabilitation partners for their outstanding contribution to wildlife conservation and rehabilitation. This year, the Forest Department recognized Wildtracks for its outstanding contribution to wildlife conservation and rehabilitation. 

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