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Honduras + 2 others
ACT Alliance Full Appeal: Central America drought response - CAM 141

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Appeal Target: US$ 1,396,955

Balance Requested: US$ 1,396,955

Geneva, October 31 2014

Dear Colleagues,

A drought associated with Climate Change in combination with "El Niño" phenomenon has caused severe impacts in Central America, where it has damaged a large part of the corn and bean crops due to the significant reduction in rainfall and increased dry periods in the rainy season where levels were measured at 50% to 75% below average.

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ACT Alliance Appeal: India - Jammu Kashmir Floods and Landslides - IND141

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Appeal Target: US$712,812

Balance Requested: US$488,048

Geneva, 31 October 2014

Dear Colleagues,

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Act Alliance Preliminary Appeal: Cyclone Hudhud batters Andhra Pradesh & Odisha: IND142

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Preliminary Appeal Target: US$816,104
Balance Requested: US$816,104

Geneva, 20 October 2014

Dear Colleagues,

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ACT Alliance Preliminary Appeal: Drought induced food crisis in Guatemala - GUA-141

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Preliminary Appeal Target: US$ 483,955

Balance Requested: US$ 342,343

Geneva, 15th October 2014

Dear Colleagues,

Guatemala, one of the worst affected countries by climate change, is now facing a food crisis due to the significant impact of drought, which according to a number of experts will further increase in the next year, with the regions impacted also growing.

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ACT Alliance Preliminary Appeal - Post flooding response to water-borne related diseases and food insecurity – BOL141

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Preliminary Appeal Target: US$134,792

Balance Requested: US$134,792

Geneva, 14 October 2014

Dear Colleagues,

In the first quarter of this year, Bolivia experienced the worst flooding in 60 years. To date the situation is still difficult for affected families as a new rainy season is beginning prematurely. About 60,000 families were affected with 2,000 homes destroyed, 150,000 head of cattle lost including a larger number of small livestock. Additionally, 43,000 hectares of cultivated land was destroyed.