1. On Thursday, October 20, the Government of Japan decided to provide emergency relief goods (blankets, sleeping pads, etc.) worth 13 million JPY (approximately 169 thousand USD) to the Republic of Honduras through the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) following the heavy rain disaster, upon the request by the Government of Honduras, from a humanitarian point of view for people affected by the disaster and in light of the friendly relations between the two nations.
- On June 1 (Tue), the Government of Japan
decided to provide emergency relief goods (tents and blankets) equivalent
to approximately 20 million yen and 10 million yen to the Republic of Guatemala
and the Republic of Honduras, respectively, , which have suffered from
the damages caused by the torrential rain of the tropical storm Agatha.
- On October 23 (Thursday), the Government
of Japan decided to provide emergency relief goods (tents, portable jerry
cans, water purifiers, blankets, etc.) equivalent to about 13 million yen
to the Republic of Honduras, which has been suffering disaster from torrential
rain caused by Tropical Depression. No. 16.
2. In Honduras, where it has been raining from early October, Tropical Depression. No.
On November 25 (Fri), the Government of Japan decided to extend emergency assistance in kind (blankets, sleeping mats, water tanks, plastic jelly cans and generators) of worth approximately 11,000,000 yen to the Republic of Honduras, which suffered torrential rainfall caused by tropical depression "Gamma."
In the Republic of Honduras, tropical depression "Gamma" caused torrential rains in six departments in the north, which triggered natural disasters such as overflowing rivers, flooding and landslides.