Emergencia en El Salvador por Lluvias

Issued by Funde



Desde el pasado lunes 10 de Octubre de 2011, la región centroamericana ha sufrido los embates de la Tormenta Tropical No.12, la cual ha originado intensas lluvias en todo el territorio nacional. Las prolongadas y fuertes lluvias que han caído sobre el territorio salvadoreño han generado la pérdida de vidas humanas, miles de personas albergadas, destrucción de infraestructura vial, viviendas en mal estado y pérdidas importantes en la agricultura.

Actualmente, la FUNDE cuenta con trabajo a nivel de territorios en 36 municipios del país, desde el Área de Desarrollo Territorial. En algunos de estos municipios, la situación originada por las lluvias se ha vuelto compleja; por lo que se ha realizado diagnóstico de impacto, para definir el tipo de trabajo que será necesario realizar, para apoyar la situación de emergencia.

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