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Hunger Plagues Indigenous Community in N Mexico

Posted by feww on January 21, 2012

Widespread hunger strikes indigenous Tarahumara following historic drought

The worst recorded drought in Mexico’s history has severely affected more than 2.5 million people, destroying about 1 million hectares (2.47 million acres) of cropland in 7 northern states.

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  • Chihuahua State, Mexico. The worst recorded drought in more than 70 years has severely affected 2.5 million people, destroying about 1 million hectares (2.47 million acres) of cropland in 7 northern states.
    • The worst affected people are the Tarahumara (Rarámuri).
    • An estimated 60,000 Tarahumara have been impacted and 90 percent of the local bean crop has failed.
    • The Organized Front of Indigenous Organizations earlier reported that community members were committing suicide because they were unable to feed their children.
    • “The indigenous women, when they don´t have anything to feed their children for four or five days, get very sad and that sadness is so great that up to the end of December [2011], 50 men and women threw themselves off cliffs … or hanged themselves,” said the group´s director Ramón Gardea.
    • The Interior Ministry has denied reports of mass suicides among the Tarahumara communities.
    • The Mexican Red Cross said the widespread hunger was a “food emergency.”

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