2.3M People In Central America Will Need Food Aid Due To El Niño Weather Pattern Extending Drought, U.N. Estimates

U.N. News Centre: El Niño: 2.3 million Central Americans will need food aid, U.N. warns in latest alert
“Some 2.3 million people in Central America will need food aid as the current El Niño weather pattern, one of the strongest on record, exacerbates a prolonged drought, the United Nations warned [Thursday] in the latest alert on the impact of the phenomenon which causes floods in parts of the world and drought in others…” (11/12).

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