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CENTRALAMERICA-DROUGHT/
RTR44ARM
August 30, 2014
A woman holds a child in her arms during a distribution of food aid, donated by the United Nations World...
ORUCUINA, Honduras
A woman holds a child in her arms during a distribution of food aid, donated by the United Nations WFP...
A woman holds a child in her arms during a distribution of food aid, donated by the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) food reserves, to families affected by the drought in the village of Orocuina, August 28, 2014. A severe drought has ravaged crops in Central America and as many as 2.81 million people are struggling to feed themselves, the United Nations WFP said on Friday, though the region's coffee crop has been largely unscathed. The drought, which is also affecting South America, has been particularly hard on the so-called "dry corridor" of Central America, which includes southern Guatemala, northern Honduras and western El Salvador. "The drought has killed us. We lost all our corn and beans," said Olman Funez, a 22-year-old farmer who lives in Orocuina, a rural town in southern Honduras. Picture taken August 28, 2014. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera (HONDURAS - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT FOOD SOCIETY)
CENTRALAMERICA-DROUGHT/
RTR44ARK
August 30, 2014
Bags of provisions, donated by the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) food reserves, are seen...
ORUCUINA, Honduras
Bags of provisions, donated by the United Nations WFP food reserves, are seen during a distribution of...
Bags of provisions, donated by the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) food reserves, are seen during a distribution of food aid to families affected by the drought in the village of Orocuina, August 28, 2014. A severe drought has ravaged crops in Central America and as many as 2.81 million people are struggling to feed themselves, the United Nations WFP said on Friday, though the region's coffee crop has been largely unscathed. The drought, which is also affecting South America, has been particularly hard on the so-called "dry corridor" of Central America, which includes southern Guatemala, northern Honduras and western El Salvador. "The drought has killed us. We lost all our corn and beans," said Olman Funez, a 22-year-old farmer who lives in Orocuina, a rural town in southern Honduras. Picture taken August 28, 2014. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera (HONDURAS - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT FOOD SOCIETY)
CENTRALAMERICA-DROUGHT/
RTR44ARE
August 30, 2014
A farmer (front R) receives a bag of provisions, donated by the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP)...
ORUCUINA, Honduras
A farmer receives a bag of provisions, donated by the United Nations WFP food reserves, during a distribution...
A farmer (front R) receives a bag of provisions, donated by the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) food reserves, during a distribution of food aid to families affected by the drought in the village of Orocuina, August 28, 2014. A severe drought has ravaged crops in Central America and as many as 2.81 million people are struggling to feed themselves, the United Nations WFP said on Friday, though the region's coffee crop has been largely unscathed. The drought, which is also affecting South America, has been particularly hard on the so-called "dry corridor" of Central America, which includes southern Guatemala, northern Honduras and western El Salvador. "The drought has killed us. We lost all our corn and beans," said Olman Funez, a 22-year-old farmer who lives in Orocuina, a rural town in southern Honduras. Picture taken August 28, 2014. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera (HONDURAS - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT FOOD SOCIETY)
CENTRALAMERICA-DROUGHT/
RTR44ARC
August 30, 2014
A farmer carries a bag of provision donated by the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) food reserves,...
ORUCUINA, Honduras
A farmer carries a bag of provision donated by the United Nations WFP food reserves, during a distribution...
A farmer carries a bag of provision donated by the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) food reserves, during a distribution of food aid to families affected by the drought, in the village of Orocuina, August 28, 2014. A severe drought has ravaged crops in Central America and as many as 2.81 million people are struggling to feed themselves, the United Nations WFP said on Friday, though the region's coffee crop has been largely unscathed. The drought, which is also affecting South America, has been particularly hard on the so-called "dry corridor" of Central America, which includes southern Guatemala, northern Honduras and western El Salvador. "The drought has killed us. We lost all our corn and beans," said Olman Funez, a 22-year-old farmer who lives in Orocuina, a rural town in southern Honduras. Picture taken August 28, 2014. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera (HONDURAS - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT FOOD SOCIETY)
CENTRALAMERICA-DROUGHT/
RTR44AR8
August 30, 2014
Farmers carry a bag of provisions donated by the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) food reserves,...
ORUCUINA, Honduras
Farmers carry a bag of provisions donated by the United Nations WFP food reserves, during a distribution...
Farmers carry a bag of provisions donated by the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) food reserves, during a distribution of food aid to families affected by the drought, in the village of Orocuina, August 28, 2014. A severe drought has ravaged crops in Central America and as many as 2.81 million people are struggling to feed themselves, the United Nations WFP said on Friday, though the region's coffee crop has been largely unscathed. The drought, which is also affecting South America, has been particularly hard on the so-called "dry corridor" of Central America, which includes southern Guatemala, northern Honduras and western El Salvador. "The drought has killed us. We lost all our corn and beans," said Olman Funez, a 22-year-old farmer who lives in Orocuina, a rural town in southern Honduras. Picture taken August 28, 2014. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera (HONDURAS - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT FOOD SOCIETY)
CENTRALAMERICA-DROUGHT/
RTR44AR1
August 30, 2014
A farmer holds up dried corn kernels, donated by the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) food reserves,...
ORUCUINA, Honduras
A farmer holds up dried corn kernels, donated by the United Nations WFP food reserves, during a distribution...
A farmer holds up dried corn kernels, donated by the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) food reserves, during a distribution of food aid to families affected by the drought in the village of Orocuina, August 28, 2014. A severe drought has ravaged crops in Central America and as many as 2.81 million people are struggling to feed themselves, the United Nations WFP said on Friday, though the region's coffee crop has been largely unscathed. The drought, which is also affecting South America, has been particularly hard on the so-called "dry corridor" of Central America, which includes southern Guatemala, northern Honduras and western El Salvador. "The drought has killed us. We lost all our corn and beans," said Olman Funez, a 22-year-old farmer who lives in Orocuina, a rural town in southern Honduras. Picture taken August 28, 2014. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera (HONDURAS - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT FOOD SOCIETY)
CENTRALAMERICA-DROUGHT/
RTR44AQW
August 30, 2014
A farmer moves bags of provisions, donated by the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) food reserves,...
Orocuina, Honduras
A farmer moves bags of provisions, donated by the United Nations WFP food reserves, during a distribution...
A farmer moves bags of provisions, donated by the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) food reserves, during a distribution of food aid to families affected by the drought in the village of Orocuina, August 28, 2014. A severe drought has ravaged crops in Central America and as many as 2.81 million people are struggling to feed themselves, the United Nations WFP said on Friday, though the region's coffee crop has been largely unscathed. The drought, which is also affecting South America, has been particularly hard on the so-called "dry corridor" of Central America, which includes southern Guatemala, northern Honduras and western El Salvador. "The drought has killed us. We lost all our corn and beans," said Olman Funez, a 22-year-old farmer who lives in Orocuina, a rural town in southern Honduras. Picture taken August 28, 2014. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera (HONDURAS - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT FOOD SOCIETY
CENTRALAMERICA-DROUGHT/
RTR44AQV
August 30, 2014
Farmers wait during a distribution of food aid to families affected by the drought, donated by the United...
Orocuina, Honduras
Farmers wait during a distribution of food aid to families affected by the drought, donated by the United...
Farmers wait during a distribution of food aid to families affected by the drought, donated by the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) food reserves, in the village of Orocuina, August 28, 2014. A severe drought has ravaged crops in Central America and as many as 2.81 million people are struggling to feed themselves, the United Nations WFP said on Friday, though the region's coffee crop has been largely unscathed. The drought, which is also affecting South America, has been particularly hard on the so-called "dry corridor" of Central America, which includes southern Guatemala, northern Honduras and western El Salvador. "The drought has killed us. We lost all our corn and beans," said Olman Funez, a 22-year-old farmer who lives in Orocuina, a rural town in southern Honduras. Picture taken August 28, 2014. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera (HONDURAS - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT FOOD SOCIETY)
CENTRALAMERICA-DROUGHT/
RTR44AQR
August 30, 2014
A drought-stricken corn stalk is seen in the village of Orocuina, August 28, 2014. A severe drought has...
ORUCUINA, Honduras
A drought-stricken corn stalk is seen in the village of Orocuina
A drought-stricken corn stalk is seen in the village of Orocuina, August 28, 2014. A severe drought has ravaged crops in Central America and as many as 2.81 million people are struggling to feed themselves, the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) said on Friday, though the region's coffee crop has been largely unscathed. The drought, which is also affecting South America, has been particularly hard on the so-called "dry corridor" of Central America, which includes southern Guatemala, northern Honduras and western El Salvador. "The drought has killed us. We lost all our corn and beans," said Olman Funez, a 22-year-old farmer who lives in Orocuina, a rural town in southern Honduras. Picture taken August 28, 2014. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera (HONDURAS - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT FOOD SOCIETY)
CENTRALAMERICA-DROUGHT/
RTR44AQL
August 30, 2014
A farmer carries a bag of provision, donated by the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) food reserves,...
ORUCUINA, Honduras
A farmer carries a bag of provision, donated by the United Nations WFP food reserves, during a distributing...
A farmer carries a bag of provision, donated by the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) food reserves, during a distributing of food aid to families affected by the drought in the village of Orocuina, August 28, 2014. A severe drought has ravaged crops in Central America and as many as 2.81 million people are struggling to feed themselves, the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) said on Friday, though the region's coffee crop has been largely unscathed. The drought, which is also affecting South America, has been particularly hard on the so-called "dry corridor" of Central America, which includes southern Guatemala, northern Honduras and western El Salvador. "The drought has killed us. We lost all our corn and beans," said Olman Funez, a 22-year-old farmer who lives in Orocuina, a rural town in southern Honduras. Picture taken August 28, 2014. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera (HONDURAS - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT FOOD SOCIETY)
CENTRALAMERICA-DROUGHT/
RTR44AQK
August 30, 2014
A farmer moves bags of provisions, donated by the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) food reserves,...
ORUCUINA, Honduras
A farmer moves bags of provisions, donated by the United Nations WFP food reserves, during a distributing...
A farmer moves bags of provisions, donated by the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) food reserves, during a distributing of food aid to families affected by the drought in the village of Orocuina, August 28, 2014. A severe drought has ravaged crops in Central America and as many as 2.81 million people are struggling to feed themselves, the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) said on Friday, though the region's coffee crop has been largely unscathed. The drought, which is also affecting South America, has been particularly hard on the so-called "dry corridor" of Central America, which includes southern Guatemala, northern Honduras and western El Salvador. "The drought has killed us. We lost all our corn and beans," said Olman Funez, a 22-year-old farmer who lives in Orocuina, a rural town in southern Honduras. Picture taken August 28, 2014. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera (HONDURAS - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT FOOD SOCIETY)
MEXICO CENTAMJ EL NINO
RTR588M
May 02, 2002
The Barrientos family stands outside their mud-hut in the dusty village
of Las Ovejas, in Guatemala's...
Las Ovejas, Guatemala
GUATEMALAN FAMILY STANDS OUTSIDE THEIR MUD HOME.
The Barrientos family stands outside their mud-hut in the dusty village
of Las Ovejas, in Guatemala's central department of Progreso in this
photo taken May 2, 2002. Guatemala is suffering from a food emergency
due to drought, rural unemployment and low coffee prices. Guatemala has
the highest rate of cronic malnutrition in Latin America. REUTERS/Jorge
Silva

AW/MMR
GUATEMALA HUNGER
RTR1PLA
February 19, 2002
A malnourished Guatemalan girl eats donated food at a makeshift
malnutrition clinic in the village of...
Mexico City, Mexico
MALNOURISHEAD GUATEMALAN GIRL EATS DONATED FOOD AT A MAKESHIFT CLINIC.
A malnourished Guatemalan girl eats donated food at a makeshift
malnutrition clinic in the village of Talquezal in eastern Guatemala on
February 19, 2002. The country is in the grip of a severe food crisis
triggered by a drought which swept Central America last summer and low
price for coffee, the country's economic mainstay. The U.N. World Food
Program has warned that 5,000 Guatemalan children could die in coming
months unless emergency feeding programs are put into place.
REUTERS/Deccio Lizzardy

HR/GN
GUATEMALA HUNGER
RTR1PKR
February 19, 2002
A malnourished Guatemalan mother and daughter eat donated food at a
clinic in the village of Talquezal...
Talquezal, Mexico
MALNOURISHEAD GUATEMALAN MOTHER AND DAUGTHER EAT DONATED FOOD AT CLINIC
IN TALQUEZAL.
A malnourished Guatemalan mother and daughter eat donated food at a
clinic in the village of Talquezal in eastern Guatemala February 19,
2002. The country is in the grip of a severe food crisis triggered by a
drought which swept Central America last summer and low prices for
coffee - the country's economic mainstay.The United Nations World Food
Program has warned that 5,000 Guatemalan children could die in coming
months unless emergency feeding programs are put into place.
REUTERS/Deccio Lizzardy

REUTERS
NICARAGUA
RTRM1W5
August 29, 2001
Peasants arrive at the parliament building in Managua, August 29, 2001.
About 700 desperate and hungry...
Managua, Nicaragua - Republic of
PEASANTS ARRIVE AT PARLIAMENT IN NICARAGUA.
Peasants arrive at the parliament building in Managua, August 29, 2001.
About 700 desperate and hungry Nicaraguan peasants, hit by drought and
low coffee prices, brought a month-long protest march into the capital
on Wednesday to demand aid and call attention to a growing humanitarian
crisis in the Central American nation. The marchers set up camp in a
park near government buildings, settling malnourished and ill children
in with black nylon to protect them from the rain. They planned to
remain there indefinitely while seeking work and government help.

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