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El Salvador

RAICES

The RAICES intervention area, which includes the Cacahuatique Mountain Range and the northern hills of the department of Morazan, is a key site for water provision. The coffee lands and forests of these mountains are very important in terms of water security, considering that this area is part of the “Central America Dry Corridor”.

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In 2016, El Salvador had to declare a national emergency due to a severe drought and projections expect a reduction in rainfall of up to 40%.

The RAICES project will intervene in the Cacahuatique Mountain Range in the Department of Morazán, an important region for water security and coffee production in El Salvador.

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Factsheet

Get to know the Initiative, its purpose and objectives

7th Progress Report

October 2019- March 2020

Systemic transformation for a Resilient Central America

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