As the water table level continues to drop, many wells have dried out, like this one in El Burillo, Valle, Honduras. Communities have deepened their hand-dug wells up to three times, others have drilled deeper wells, up to 60m deep, with special rigs, but the drought has already lasted seven years in this dry corridor of Central America and is predicted to continue due to climate change..
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