November 23, 2020

Hurricane Iota strikes as Central America still reels from Eta

Just two weeks after Hurricane Eta hit Central America, causing devastating flooding and landslides in Nicaragua, Honduras and Guatemala, the region faced a new threat in Hurricane Iota. On Monday November 9th, the strongest storm to date slammed the coast of Nicaragua, just 15 miles from where Eta struck, with winds up to 155 miles... View Article

Hurricane Iota strikes as Central America still reels from Eta

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November 10, 2020

UCA Managua’s Critical Role in the Future of Human Rights in Nicaragua

Written by: Eduardo Yespica – Development Officer – Individual Giving, Magis Americas The history of Latin America is one of individuals. From the time of colonization, our collective history has been mostly written by strongmen and caudillos forcing our nations to bend to their will and to the interests of those around them. Venezuela, for... View Article

UCA Managua’s Critical Role in the Future of Human Rights in Nicaragua

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November 06, 2020

Hurricane Eta Lands in Central America

Hurricane Eta, a Category 4 storm with winds that peaked at 150 mph, made landfall south of Puerto Cabezas, Nicaragua on Tuesday, November 3rd. Since then, the hurricane has weakened to a tropical storm. Local authorities, however, have warned that flooding and mudslides are creating a slow-moving humanitarian disaster. As of Friday morning, at least... View Article

Hurricane Eta Lands in Central America

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