climate migration impacts honduras

Climate Migration: Honduran couple flee amid storms, threats

The comfortable life Ana Morazan built from years of hard work and sacrifice disappeared in a span of two weeks when she became part of the estimated 1.7 million people displaced by the hurricanes Eta and Iota that pummeled Honduras and Guatemala in November 2020.

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