This is not how to make money. There've been some gimmicks getting pushed around, tilapia farming, etc...I'm leery.
My belief is that the key to success here is organization. No belizeans want to work together for a common goal, unless they're paid for it immediately, or mandated by the government. The Mennonite community and the Chinese-Belizeans have an innate knack for organization and working communally, and it has led to their capitalizing on the whole economy of the country. And of course the Kriol population all balk and resent their presence and success, as some Americans have done (though not on such an extreme level) with the urban Orthodox and Hassidic Jews, but should just stop complaining and take a hint
Mennonites make things that everybody needs (dairy products and farm supply goods especially) and have become the only people who supply such things. They have immaculate production practices, are always very clean, friendly, and make quality stuff!
I'm thinking of bringing some of our village farmers on a fieldtrip to a mennonite community like spanish lookout in the Cayo district, and show them about safe pig farming and how they do so much work without electricity and the like.