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Costa Rica receives donation for flood assistance

Costa Rica will receive a $200,000 donation from the Inter-American Development Bank to help provide humanitarian assistance to communities impacted by last month’s flooding.

Investments planned to prevent future floods

The Costa Rican government says investments of more than 8 billion colones (about $13 million) will help protect the Caribbean from future flooding.

Reconstruction continues after July floods

The National Emergency Commission (CNE) this week detailed the ongoing response to the July flooding that caused damage in the Costa Rican Caribbean, Turrialba and in the Northern Zone.

‘Exceptionally dangerous’ Hurricane Iota could reach Category 5

An exceptionally dangerous Iota could strengthen into a Category 5 hurricane before making landfall in Nicaragua and Honduras, the National Hurricane Center (NHC) warned Monday morning.

Hurricane Iota expected to reach Category 4; authorities warn ‘last day’ to prepare

The National Hurricane Center (NHC) warned Sunday is the last guaranteed day to prepare for Hurricane Iota, which is expected to make landfall tomorrow in Honduras or Nicaragua.

Costa Rica issues weather alerts as Iota approaches Central America

Costa Rica's National Emergency Commission (CNE) on Saturday afternoon placed the entire national territory under weather alerts as it anticipates indirect effects from Tropical Storm Iota.

Costa Rica declares State of Emergency for Hurricane Eta response

Costa Rica on Tuesday issued a State of Emergency, a move which will help the National Emergency Commission (CNE) take administrative, operational and economic measures to assist the country's recovery from Hurricane Eta. 

Storm Eta leaves 150 dead or missing in Guatemala

About 150 people have either died or remain unaccounted for in Guatemala due to mudslides caused by powerful storm Eta, which buried an entire village, President Alejandro Giammattei said Friday.

Evacuations, landslides and road closures reported in Costa Rica: Friday afternoon update

Costa Rica's National Emergency Commission (CNE) says 1,700 people have been evacuated due to landslides and flooding related to Eta

Central America evaluates the destruction caused by cyclone Eta

Hurricane Eta left dozens of deaths, buried houses, overflowing rivers and landslides before heading back to the Caribbean.

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