Update on Thursday 17, January 2013
* There are no tropical cyclones at this time
Mesoamerican Territorial Information System handed over to Belize: click here to view more of the event.
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OW Teachers First Aid Training on October 17/10/2012
Belize NEMO gets software from Mexico to help in Disaster Emergency response
“Since 2010, government leaders of Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Mexico, Colombia and the Dominican Republic have been meeting and working on the Mesoamerican Territorial Information System (SMIT). It’s a tool that was created to allow countries in the region to share territorial information on risks, preparation and response to natural disasters. Today, the SMIT system was officially handed over to Belize during a brief ceremony at the NEMO headquarters in Belmopan. It is added to the many technological advances that have improved the country’s disaster preparedness over the years.” (NEWS 5)
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“Belize National Emergency Management Organization “
NEMO SCHOOL QUIZ COMPETITION:
As a result of the Final School Quiz this was held Monday, 28 May, 2012 at the Belmopan Police Training Academy. Below are the names of the School Winners.
Note: prices for winner will be issued at the NEMO Head Quarter Building in Belmopan which a Special Ceremony will be taking place
First Place: The Shepard Academy
Second Place: Anglican School
Third Place: St. Jude R.C. School Camalote