Where We Serve
All about Armenia, Belize
Armenia is a village in the Cayo District of Belize, along the nation's Hummingbird Highway 15km south of the capital, Belmopan.
The first settlers in the area were immigrants from Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, trying to escape civil war. both Mopan and K’ekchi Maya people also moved to the area from southern Belize in order to have better access to health care, transportation, and a market in which to sell their crops.
Welcome to Loforna!
Lo(ve) for na(ture)
Loforna, is the home IHF has invested so much into, in order to create a loving, safe place for youth to learn and grow, and a jumping-off place for missions and outreach. It is surrounded by beautiful jungle and is just a short distance from the village.
A bit about... Belize
Information from the World Fact Book
360,346 (July 2017 est.)
slightly smaller than Massachusetts
The Gross Domestic Product per capita: $8,200 (2016 est.)
41% of the population is living below the poverty line (2013 est.)
Languages spoken: English 62.9% (official), Spanish 56.6%, Creole 44.6%, Maya 10.5%