After a protracted drought in Central America, crops are failing, turning many farmers…

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After a protracted drought in Central America, crops are failing, turning many farmers into so-called local weather refugees—people who find themselves displaced because of local weather change. The “dry hall” of Central America, which incorporates components of Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador and Nicaragua, has been hit with an uncommon drought for the previous 5 years, prompting 1000’s to flee or threat hunger.

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