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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.

Heavy rains flood several communities in three provinces

On the Costa Rican Institute of Technology (TEC) campus, strong gusts of wind caused several trees to fall on vehicles while rains flooded classrooms, corridors, offices and parking lots.

Costa Rica nearing record rainfall for May

The seventh tropical wave of the year is to blame for heavy showers over most of Costa Rica. Downpours flooded streets in San José and Heredia on Monday.

Landslides block roads, cause losses at farms in Tilarán

The National Emergency Commission evacuated eight families on Thursday . Mud and debris from the landslides damaged their homes, but the families are safe and healthy.

Repairs to sewers will close roads in downtown San José

Repair projects in the capital's sewers will begin Monday and will extend for five months, the AyA reported.

More than 3,000 evacuees remain at shelters as rains continue over Costa Rica

As Hurricane Otto relief efforts continue, a cold front brings additional rains to many parts of Costa Rica.

How to help pets and other animals displaced by Hurricane Otto

Government agencies, animal rights groups and private companies will receive donations over the weekend to assist a large number of stranded animals currently at shelters and others that remain in evacuated areas after the passage of Hurricane Otto.

Deaths, disappearances in northern Costa Rica in aftermath of Hurricane Otto

The death toll from Hurricane Otto in Costa Rica has increased from four to nine, President Luis Guillermo Solís announced Friday. Solís declared three days of mourning.

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