Even weeks later of the landslide that covered Quejá village, people still go to the village to recover their personal belongings and the harvest of coffee, cardamom and corn.
Central America is confronting a catastrophe: the mass destruction caused by two ferocious hurricanes that hit in quick succession in November pummeling the same fragile countries, twice. The storms, Eta and Iota, the most powerful in an already record breaking season, demolished tens of thousands of homes, wiped out infrastructure and swallowed vast swaths of cropland.
Quejá village, San Cristobal Verapáz, Alta Verapáz, Guatemala. November 25, 2020