In the Central American, “Dry Corridor” extreme weather conditions, caused by climate change, have prompted one of the largest human climate migrations the modern world has ever seen.

Years of drought conditions, followed by two hurricanes, Eta and Jota in November last year, have devastated communities, leaving them on the edge of an economic precipice and forcing many to flee.

Our Latin America Correspondent Guillermo Galdos followed one Guatemalan farmer desperately trying to make the journey of a lifetime – travelling into the US and placing his life in the hands of human smugglers.



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