SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS OF EL NIÑO IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
El Niño is a weather phenomenon that can cause droughts, floods, and other extreme weather events.
Developing countries are particularly vulnerable to the effects of El Niño due to their limited resources and infrastructure.
The social implications of El Niño in developing countries include displacement, food insecurity, and increased risk of disease.
Displacement occurs when people are forced to leave their homes due to flooding or other extreme weather events.
Food insecurity is a major concern during El Niño events, as crops may fail and food prices may rise.
The economic implications of El Niño in developing countries include lost income, increased healthcare costs, and damage to infrastructure.