Students across the country celebrate Belize’s diverse culture

Students across the country celebrate Belize’s diverse culture

In November, schools across the country mark both Children’s Day and Culture Day. To mark both activities, UNICEF and the NCFC have partnered with Love News to examine how one school marked the occasion. Azaraiah (ah-zah-rye-ah) Chaplin is the Speaker of the House of Representatives for this year’s youth parliament and the SCA third form student now reports on activities at her school. Here’s her story. 

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