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Event: DR Drought
Number: 2009-000263
Country: HND Honduras
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Date (YMD): 2009-12-31
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Information Source:COPECO (Government)
Comments: Drought induced by El Nino has caused hunger in the departments of Choluteca, Valle La Paz, Lempira, Intibuca, El Paraiso y el Sur de Francisco Morazan. The government is supplying the communities with basic grains.
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DR-2009-000263-SLV
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DR-2009-000263-GTM
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DR-2009-000263-CRI
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DR-2009-000263-NIC
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Drought,Panama: In most of the countries of Central America, rainfall levels fell steadily from June 2009 through the end of the rainy season, affecting the production of staple grains and leading a drop in water levels in major rivers. The areas most affected are located in what is known as the ?Dry Corridor? in Central America, where small-scale farmers have seen their food security threatened.