The economic crisis exacerbated by the corona is not the only reason. There were also two devastating hurricanes in the region in November last year. “The economic crisis has already prevented the most vulnerable people from accessing the shelves, and the twin hurricanes Eta and Iota have hit them even harder,” said Miguel Barreto, WFP’s regional director for Latin America and the United States. Caribbean. Some, especially in Honduras, lost their homes and possessions due to the hurricane.
Also, part of the region is becoming drier due to climate change known as “dry pavement”. So it is not surprising that more and more people are choosing to leave their country. Jan. In 2018, it was only 8 percent.
UN The World Food Program is committed to continuing to assist governments in Central America. By 2021, the organization aims to help at least 2.6 million people in the region. To achieve that, the WFP says it needs மில்லியன் 37 million.
Here is the testimony of Marilyn Rosales, a Honduran woman who decided to flee, but was eventually forced to return home:
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