Hurricane Iota hits Nicaragua
Central America is being hit again, this time by hurricane Iota, which made landfall on the Atlantic coast of Nicaragua earlier today as a category 5 hurricane, only two weeks since hurricane Eta has caused severe damage. All the families who have been affected are in our thoughts and prayers. We are preparing to visit the Telica communities to assess the damage as soon as possible. Before the entry of hurricane Iota, the families had lost, on average, at least 50% of their harvest, but there are several families who have already lost the entire harvest.
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We are a small organisation based in León, Nicaragua which promotes sustainable development in rural communities. Our local team of mostly Nicaraguan staff includes experienced professionals who cover a range of disciplines including civil engineering, logistics, hydrogeology, environmental science, agroecology, education, pastoral ministry, IT and non-profit management.