Drought in Central America straining food supply of more than 2 million people

A drought affecting several countries in Central America has caused significant losses in crops, affecting more than two million people, warned the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP).
According to these two agencies, the rainfall was lower than average during the months of June and July, which has affected the crops of the region.
“Corn and beans, the main staples, have been the most affected crops by the drought, according

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