Haiti Food Shortage Made Worst By Drought Caused By El Nino

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Drought or the Dry season in Haiti

It has been observed that around 3.6 million people in Haiti are currently struggling to feed themselves. According to the World Food bank, this has been caused by three consecutive years of drought that have affected harvest and raised food prices in Haiti.The water shortage is caused by a weather phenomenon called El Nino. According to observers, the current El Nino has caused widespread crop losses in several countries.

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Haitian Kreyol

Ayiti mank

Pwoblèm manje ak grangou an Ayiti vini pi mal pa sechrès ki te koze pa El Niño

Yo te obsève plis ke 3.6 milyon moun an Ayiti kounye a gen difikilte pou ba l tèt yo manje. Dapre bank Mondyal, sa a te koze pa twa ane konsekitif sechrès ki te afekte sezon rekòt ak pri manje an Haiti Akòz mank dlo ki te koze pa yon fenomèn ki rele El Niño. Dapre obsèvatè, El Niño sa te lakòz pèt rekòt gaye nan anpil peyi.

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Reader Comments 1

Eman says...

ce ne sea pas un problem.

la terre cuite est preferable aux bananes que la population brulait iy y a quelques semaine.BON APPETIT.

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