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Thousands living with the risk of collapse and flooding

Published on March 12, 2019
Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn On the slopes, on the banks of rivers, streams and on the shores of the sea in Manabí, wooden and mixed construction houses (brick, cement and wood) are built. In winter, constant floods and landslides affect these homes. According to data from the National Risk and Emergency Management Service, 29,221 homes […]

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