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£100 million from the Government’s Biodiverse Landscapes Fund will be invested in some of the most fragile ecosystems on Earth.
UK Government’s Regional Ambassador for Latin America and the Caribbean, Fiona Clouder, will visit Guatemala on 25-26 August.
The British Ambassador hosted a farewell dinner for five Guatemalan scholars going to the UK.
UK Export Finance has launched a new partnership with the Central American Bank for Economic Integration to support the development of projects in the region.
The UK Prime Minister announced at the 2019 UN General Assembly a £100 million Biodiverse Landscapes Fund (BLF).
At the G7, the UK committed to a safe in-person COP26, and to provide vaccinations for registered participants who would otherwise be unable to get them.
The British Embassy and other partners in Guatemala worked with authorities to improve human rights observation during private security practices.
Jonathan Knott emphasises the UK’s commitment to grow trade and investment between the UK and Guatemala.
The call for project proposals that directly support open societies and climate change and biodiversity in Guatemala and Honduras is now open. Deadline is the 18 June 2021.
A virtual seminar started a discussion on how to build cybersecurity resilience in Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras.
The British Ambassador in Guatemala, Nick Whittingham, addressed COP26 priorities with Central American countries in a regional event on May 10.
120 Mayan women received training to become community health volunteers and strengthen COVID-19 resilience in three departments of Guatemala.
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has announced the UK’s first sanctions under the new Global Anti-Corruption regime.
The UK Government designated today Guatemalan Congressman Felipe Alejos Lorenzana due to his involvement in significant corruption.
UK government encourages countries in Latin America to fight misinformation and build confidence around vaccines.
UK funded study confirms that preserving Guatemalan landscapes in the Pacific coast will contribute to reduce more than 250,000 tons of Co2 until 2050.
The Vice President of Guatemala, Guillermo Castillo, and the British Ambassador, Nick Whittingham, today inaugurated the Centre for Biodiversity Education (CEBIO) in Petén.
Winning projects of the "Changing for the Environment" campaign call for replication and to generate more actions in favour of the environment.
2019/2020 cohort finished their studies in UK Universities after being awarded a Chevening scholarship.
The British Embassy kicks off a weeklong public showcase of British culture.
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