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"With the recent drought, grass supplies were very low, so a lot of people have also recently turned to oat hay. .... "In the south region of Honduras (Choluteca), which is the area we are currently working in, it is very difficult to find high-quality pastures due to the fact that Choluteca is a very arid and dry place ...
Brazil, the US, Canada, South Africa, Australia, Bolivia, Philippines, Spain, Vietnam, Bangladesh, Colombia, Honduras, Chile, Sudan, Slovakia, and Costa ... In The Philippines, the adoption of GE maize increased 65 percent over the previous year, with small-holder farmers choosing herbicide and drought ...

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change counted 613 extreme climate- and hydro-meteorological events (typhoons, hurricanes, floods and droughts) in the region between 2000 and 2013. In 2014, Brazil was hit by one of the worst droughts in decades, causing knock-on effects in electricity prices, ...
"Salvadoran peasants settled in Honduras, established villages, and grew accustomed to a better life than the one they had left behind . . . In the 1960s unrest began among the Honduran peasantry, which was demanding land, and the Honduras government passed a decree on agricultural reform.
In November 2017, the Trump Administration ended TPS for Nicaragua and Haiti and announced that it was considering ending it for Honduras as well. ... the United States to extend its TPS designation, saying the country had suffered additional natural disasters, including Tropical storms and drought, ...
"Salvadoran peasants settled in Honduras, established villages, and grew accustomed to a better life than the one they had left behind… In the 1960s unrest began among the Honduran peasantry, which was demanding land, and the Honduras government passed a decree on agricultural reform. But since ...

One example is the Chepe bean, which owes its existence to farmer Jose "Chepe" Santos from La Esperanza, Honduras. In collaboration with USC Canada's local partner, the Foundation for Participatory Research with Honduran farmers (FIPAH), Santos began his breeding project by sharing seeds with growers in 10 ...
In 2015, for instance, 400,000 people living in what has become Honduras' "dry corridor" planted seeds and waited for rain that never came. As in a number of other places on this planet in this century, what came instead was an extreme drought that stole their livelihoods. Central America was, in fact, ...
Many are concerned about the potential for reduced Brazil production due to earlier drought and the cold and dry Winter. ... However, Honduras has been a very active exporter and appears to be in position to make up the difference in exports from reduced offers in the rest of Central America and Colombia ...
Pursuant to section 244(b)(1)(B) of the INA, a country can be designated for TPS if it requests such designation as a result of "an earthquake, flood, drought, epidemic, or other environmental disaster in the state resulting in a substantial, but temporary, disruption of living conditions in the area affected", ...
The United States has a TPS program for several countries, including Honduras and Haiti, suffering from extensive disasters or major conflicts, Panetta ... Since then, violent and organized crime have remained among the highest in the world as storms, floods, droughts and volcanic activity also battered the ...
The International Cooperation and Development Fund (TaiwanICDF) and CARE Honduras commenced a cooperative project--Improving Community ... is considered one of the countries with high climate risks, especially the southern parts in the Dry Corridor, which have experienced recurrent droughts.
In 2014, drought caused some 650 million dollars in losses in agriculture, hydroelectric power generation and drinking water, according to the study ... climate change, the concentration of rainfall in certain regions or in certain periods and droughts in others, affects the quantity and quality of water available.
"We urge Honduran citizens or political parties challenging the result to use the avenues provided by Honduran law. We reiterate ..... A stubborn ridge of high pressure in the Pacific - the same bad guy during the state's drought - is blocking storms from reaching Southern California in particular. People in ...
LE MARS -- Another task has been completed for a Mission Honduras Le Mars dental group to travel to Honduras in early January. Sunday ... He added that a lot of the food packed by Then Feed Just One, about half, goes to the Tolupan people due to terrible weather and drought conditions in their region.
In 2015, for instance, 400,000 people living in what has become Honduras's "dry corridor" planted their seeds and waited for rain that never came. .... experts like Bill McKibben or Naomi Klein to understand why those Central American droughts are getting worse and why those three Honduran men were in ...
Also, an update on fires in California and the contested election in Honduras. .... The governor this weekend called it the new normal for California, big drought-driven, climate-change-affected fires. INSKEEP: The ... INSKEEP: Let's bring in NPR's Carrie Kahn, who is in the Honduran capital. Hi there, Carrie.

Contested election results threaten to cause weeks, if not months, of protests and politically motivated violence in Honduras. Preliminary results from the Nov. 26 Honduran presidential election appeared to show opposition challenger Salvador Nasralla besting incumbent Juan Orlando Hernandez of the ...
And on that isthmus, the scrambling of the seasons, an increasingly deadly combination of drenching hurricanes and parching droughts, will hit people already living in the most precarious economic and political situations. Across Honduras, for example, more than76% of the population lives in conditions of ...
Four years of consecutive drought in Central America's Dry Corridor--a region that encompasses a portion of southern Honduras--have exacerbated food ... In Honduras, consecutive droughts have adversely affected staple crop production and the availability of employment opportunities, making it more ...
Not only has gang violence plagued El Salvador, but the country, along with Nicaragua, Guatemala and Honduras, can't supply enough food for 3.5 million Central Americans because of a drought, according to www.Oxfam.org, the website of OXFAM International, an organization working to combat poverty ...
Just nine countries voted against the UN General Assembly resolution: the United States, Israel, Guatemala, Honduras, the Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Nauru, Palau and Togo. Transportation Ministry spokesman Avner Ovadia said yesterday the project is estimated to cost more than $700m (€590m) and, ...
He told IPS that apart from fewer trees, his town also has less water, the soil has eroded and some of the neighboring communities face drought. This is not the only problem causing them to run out of water. In Honduras, forest coverage shrank by almost a third, from 57 percent in 2000 to 41 percent in 2015 ...
LE MARS -- Another task has been completed for a Mission Honduras Le Mars dental group to travel to Honduras in early January. Sunday ... He added that a lot of the food packed by Then Feed Just One, about half, goes to the Tolupan people due to terrible weather and drought conditions in their region.
And on that isthmus, the scrambling of the seasons, an increasingly deadly combination of drenching hurricanes and parching droughts, will hit people already living in the most precarious economic and political situations. Across Honduras, for example, more than 76 percent of the population lives in ...
Also, an update on fires in California and the contested election in Honduras. .... The governor this weekend called it the new normal for California, big drought-driven, climate-change-affected fires. INSKEEP: The ... INSKEEP: Let's bring in NPR's Carrie Kahn, who is in the Honduran capital. Hi there, Carrie.
Contested election results threaten to cause weeks, if not months, of protests and politically motivated violence in Honduras. Preliminary results from the Nov. 26 Honduran presidential election appeared to show opposition challenger Salvador Nasralla besting incumbent Juan Orlando Hernandez of the ...
And on that isthmus, the scrambling of the seasons, an increasingly deadly combination of drenching hurricanes and parching droughts, will hit people already living in the most precarious economic and political situations. Across Honduras, for example, more than76% of the population lives in conditions of ...
Eleuterio Flores, one of the 400,000 farmers nailed by the drought in Honduras, told Agence France Press, "There is nothing to eat, the harvests are ... As 16-year-old Lesly Vasquez came to pick up a food packet that the Honduran government was distributing to the 82,000 families slammed by drought, she ...
The most vulnerable countries have been identified as Haiti, Guyana, Bolivia, Honduras and Guatemala. Projected variations in rainfall patterns will bring about changes in the water cycle, such as sudden floods, droughts and the consequent risk of forest fires. In addition, rising temperatures are leading to ...
The final aid agency in Bangassou, Central African Republic, is forced to evacuate, leaving civilians without water, healthcare, and other life-saving aid. A majority of the drinking water in Bangladesh's Rohingya refugee camps is contaminated. Doctors are denied access to the Manus Island detainees, who ...
Portugal considers water rationing as drought intensifies ... Tegucigalpa, Honduras (AP) -- protests erupted across Honduras on Monday following an official declaration that President Juan Orlando ... "The only possible path for the winner to be the Honduran People is a new call for general elections.
Both Australia and Honduras are seeking to achieve new landmarks in ... with Sydney's Olympic Stadium the scene for their drought-breaking ...
"It's not breaking any droughts yet but it's a welcome really good start to the season, after six years of drought," said Mr Emmott. "We're hoping ...
More than 100,000 immigrants from Haiti and Honduras are expected to ... and a prolonged regional drought that is impacting food security," ...
Honduras' economy is dominated by agriculture, and Honduran Minister ... climate change and drought in the country's Dry Corridor, where 92 ...
"We're nowhere near a drought situation," Eric Horst, director of the ... Nicaragua on Thursday, en route to Honduras, according to CNN.
El Salvador and Honduras have two of the highest murder rates in the ... hunger due to a prolonged drought that began in 2014 is becoming an ...
Four years of consecutive drought in Central America's Dry ... In Honduras, consecutive droughts have adversely affected staple crop ...
IC: In a previous interview, we discussed a case in Honduras following a ... And in Central America, prolonged droughts associated with climate ...
Cahill has been something of a lucky charm for the Socceroos since they ended a decades-long drought by qualifying for the 2006 FIFA World ...
Drama and drought-breaking mark intercontinental route ... meet Peru, and Honduras tackle Australia for two final tickets to the 32-nation Russia 2018 field. ... where long droughts and tight contests have proved to be a theme.
Ethiopia has been struck by natural disaster, drought conditions, but they ... I did a tour and I went to Honduras, El Salvador, and Guatemala, ...
El Salvador, Honduras, Nepal, Nicaragua, Somalia, Sudan, South Sudan, ... There are 86,000 Honduran TPS holders and 5,000 Nicaraguans, ... it offers an important refuge from the ongoing conflict, drought, famine, and food ...
IC: In a previous interview, we discussed a case in Honduras following a ... And in Central America, prolonged droughts associated with climate ...
IC: In a previous interview, we discussed a case in Honduras following a ... And in Central America, prolonged droughts associated with climate ...
There he meets three Honduran men who have fled their home. ... residents have moved elsewhere because of years of drought and wildfires.
... as well as in the Honduras, Mexico, and various offshore Caribbean ... over 450,000 residents qualify for federal drought relief assistance.
... met three young Honduran farmers trying to escape catastrophe. ... Also droughts have been intensifying, especially through the "dry ... If you're getting extorted or recruited at gun point by a gang, you're not going to talk about the drought. Besides Honduras, you visited The Philippines, homeland of your ...
In 1998, Hurricane Mitch ripped through Central America and killed anywhere between 11,000 and 19,000 people, mostly in Honduras and ...


 

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