This doesn't directly answer your question, but I think it does give a useful reference point.
From todays Channel 5 news (the numbers are for a months wages):
"In the area of labour force participation, it's been shown that although unemployment is at eleven percent, the average income is eight hundred, thirty-five dollars today as opposed to six hundred and twenty-eight dollars in 1991."
If I understand the above correctly the average Belizean makes $5010 US per year, $100 US per week, $20 US per day, 2.5 US per hour.
Is that right? Seems pretty low for an average. Maybe they are counting the unemployed (IE 0 income) when finding the average?