Eco-scouting Training and Environmental Protection
Eco-scouting Training and Environmental Protection
The project’s goal is to provide the local community with an improved environment for the safety and good health of its residents. Specifically, the project will:
1. Review and revise existing training programs on conservation and environmental protection in order to make them relevant to the Belizean conditions and the age groups of the participants.
2. Prepare new training manuals and plan training programs.
3. Train leaders on conservation and environment.
4. Train leaders to train groups on conservation and environment.
5. Implement an environmental protection project within the community.
6. Investigate the condition of the environment accessed by the local residents of the community.
7. Prepare a report on the environmental conditions based on investigation including the recommendations for improving or arresting the deterioration of the environment.
8. Prepare a 6 month plan to include an active program involving Scouts, Leaders, parents and members of the community to carry out recommendations.
9. Evaluate every month the progress made on the completion of the activities as laid out in the plan.
10. Install a 5 cubic meter bio-gas digester that will be managed in a very environmental manner to provide gas to reduce the cost of butane gas expensed and train your persons on the importance of this environmental technology/
11. Train leaders as an alternative to open-fire cooking.
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Project Snapshot

Scout Association of Belize
Area Of Work:
Grant Amount:
US$ 36,300.00
Co-Financing Cash:
US$ 1,637.50
Co-Financing in-Kind:
US$ 7,850.00
Project Number:
Satisfactorily Completed
Project Characteristics and Results
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Grantee Contact

Mr. Hilberto Riverol


P.O. Box 431, Belize City Center, Central American Boulevard
Latin America & Caribbean ,

SGP Country office contact

Mr. Leonel Requena
(501) 822-2462


UNDP Belize,3rd Floor, Lawrence Nicholas Building Complex ,P.O. Box 53,South Ring Road,
Belmopan, Central America