Years of violence and conflict have displaced rural communities in this South American country, causing multiple humanitarian crises.
Nicaragua remains vulnerable to economic, environmental and climate shocks. These factors have left the political situation unstable.
The Central American country’s socio-political crisis, which began in April 2018, has affected the livelihoods of a large proportion of the population and contributed to the forced and mass migration of young people.
In recent years, Central America has experienced constant changing weather patterns. Periods of drought have had devastating effects on food and nutrition security and access to water.