Includes how major projects are financed and gives examples where relevant. Explains activities of the multilateral development banks in and other aid-funded projects where procurement is open to U.S. bidders.

International development agencies, such as the Caribbean Development Bank, the Inter-American Development Bank, and the World Bank provide funds for development projects in Belize. The European Union and the Department of International Development (DFID), OPEC Fund are other key sources of funds for developmental assistance.  The Republic of China-Taiwan and Venezuela remain the largest bilateral creditors.  Financing projects have generally been aimed at alleviating poverty and improving good governance, public health, education, tourism, solid waste management, and major infrastructure for buildings, roads and ports.

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Belize Market Access Project Financing