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Belize San Ignacio, Belize  |  Apr 14, 2009
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 Meet our ProBelize Neighbor and Community Partner 

While in Belize, we got a chance to tour the grounds of the Faith Nazarene School in San Ignacio, one of ProBelize’s community partners in education, with Vice-Principal Anthony. Amidst the cacophony of a schoolyard chock full or energetic students, Tony laid out his inspired vision for expanding the programming and improving the grounds, a dream clearly driven by his faith in these children. He stressed that people (even moreso than material and financial assets) are a country’s most important resource for development, which refuels his faith that despite the challenges of working in a resource scarce community, with collective effort we can encourage Belizean youth to continue to pursue their education and improve living conditions in their communities and in the whole country. Here he offers some genuine words of gratitude for past volunteer efforts and encourage us to plow the way forward…

IN HIS WORDS: To those whom have knocked at our doors to give of themselves…

A thank you to all those whom have made life at Faith Nazarene School a much safer, comfortable and I must say relaxing and inviting place during the past few months and years.  Generosity is something innate that stems from the bottom of the heart and reaches to the hands and pocket.  At Faith Nazarene School, we have seen where these individuals and teams have had a direct impact on the lives of those affiliated with our school.  The numerous teams from ProBelize, Peace Corps, Rotary and the general public have of late arduously toiled in improving our classrooms, school grounds, delivery of education and the health and safety of our students.  The team at F.N.S. is please to have worked with you under the tropical weather that Belize is known for.  Despite these extreme conditions, you gave your all, and to all of you it has been our pleasure to be a part of your service to humanity.

Kind regards,

Anthony Morris, Vice Principal, Faith Nazarene School

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