Southern municipalities of Honduras hit hard by famine

Posted on August 24, 2012 • Filed under: Agriculture, Honduras, Latin America Health

The first production cycle, in some regions, was seriously affected by the entrance of the El Niño phenomenon, which caused a heatwave longer than usual, recorded in some departments that are in the dry corridor between 35 and 45 days without rain. The southern municipalities of Francisco Morazán, such as: Curaren, Reitoca, Alubaren, La Libertad and San Miguelito, are living proof of the situation before related, as the drought has come to destroy their crops of corn and beans, mainly, leaving in an alarming and deplorable state, affecting the economy and not just its rickety, but also your daily diet, leaving them in a state of helplessness before the famine prevailing in the area. Read Article

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