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Deborah Sewell, General ...
www.channel5belize.com, 25 Sept 2009 [cached]
Deborah Sewell, General Manager, B.N.E. Trust
The general Manager of the ...
www.channel5belize.com, 26 Mar 2009 [cached]
The general Manager of the Charitable Trust, Deborah Sewell, said that one million dollars has been allocated for 2009-2010 funding year.
But any group interested in benefiting from the fund must be established and self sustainable.
Deborah Sewell, General Manager, BNE Charitable Trust
News for October 2010 - Resource Centers International
resourcecentersinternational.org, 1 Oct 2010 [cached]
Eric and I meet with Deborah Sewell a Belmopan Rotarian and the Director of the Belize Natural Energy Trust (BNE Trust) to discuss not only the shipping but also storage of the sent materials and supplies until everything can be distributed to the communities.
stated that our program 'is consistent with the type of effort they want to support; and the BNE Trust
will continue to finance shipments as long as we are partnering with Tim Tam (The Word at Work), and as long as they are able'.
www.bnetrust.org, 17 Sept 2009 [cached]
On October 29th, 2008 Deborah Sewell, General Manager of Belize Natural Energy Trust was out assessing the damages to the schools and meeting with families who were struggling for a way to replace their childrenâ€™s school supplies.â€œAlthough the Trust is still in its preliminary stages of operation, we were compelled to respond to the outcries from community residents who found it difficult to replace these necessary items,â€ Sewell said.
On Wednesday, Deborah Sewell, General Manager of the Trust, accompanied by Daniel Gutierez, Chairman of the Board and representatives from NEMO and the Ministry of Education donated 535 school bags filled with supplies to all the students who attend school in the villages of Bullet Tree and Calla Creek.
When asked about the Belize River Valley and the Northern areas, Sewell
said, â€œthe Trust is committed to assisting those areas as well, however we are still conducting our assessment and feel that with the help of NEMO
, and other organizations we will soon be in a position to determine what their educational needs will be.â€
When asked about potential project areas, Sewell
stated â€œOur areas of focus are general education and social environmental projects, we do not wish to duplicate services but instead we hope to support areas of need that are currently underfunded.â€
Deborah Ann Sewell, the ...
www.sanpedrodaily.com, 17 Aug 2009 [cached]
Deborah Ann Sewell, the Manager of the BNE Charitable Trust Fund, told the Reporter that one objective of the trust fund is that no student should be turned away, and she has assured La Imaculada Credit Union that additional funding will be provided to satisfy all requests.
It is hoped that other credit unions in other districts will join the programme to be able to help students in Corozal, Stann Creek, Belize District and Toledo.
To that regard, St. Johns Credit Union, with branches in Belize City and Belmopan, as well as Wesley Credit Union of Belize City and the Toledo Teachers Credit Union may also join in.
Sewell said that The Trust wants to partner with the University of Belize, so that students pursuing a Masters Degree and above can benefit from the Trust, but a three-month period is required to put in place the administration and infrastructure.
She continued to say that in developing education, teacher skills have to be enhanced, and a 10-month long Teachers Leadership Certification Program will be sponsored for teachers of the Belmopan Area.
The aim of this particular course will be to develop teachers in the area of Special Education, and to help mobilize schools.
To facilitate the teachers schedule, the training will be conducted two evenings per week after school, and one on Saturdays.
Graduates of the course will be recieve accreditation for their Teachers Certification.
Sewell said that the BNE Trust Fund should be seen as a partner in the development of Belize, and other agencies should come together in partnership, pooling their resources to make money available for the development of the people, which will positively impact the nation.