Peruvian Minister said that rains were “worse than an earthquake”

Doctors make efforts to meet the emergency, but hospitals are barren, denounced the Peruvian Medical College. | Photo: @JaimeteleSUR

Energy and mines of Peru, Gonzalo Tamayo, holder said in an interview published Saturday by the daily El Comercio, that the phenomenon of the coastal child “has been worse than an earthquake because (in this case) the aid goes only to the epicenter”.
“Here we had many areas that meet at the same time and allocate all the human capital of the State,” said Tamayo, who was in charge of the assistance in the Lima region. 
For his part, Deputy Minister of development strategic of the resources natural of the Ministry of the environment (Minam), Fernando León Morales, explains that, although Peru is a country vulnerable to extreme climatic events, disasters are not natural and arise by deficiencies in the settlement and by not taking into account the ecological economic zoning and the vulnerability of the territories to disasters.
Morales León indicated that they also have work in risk management, sustainable cities, in safe reconstruction and to combine engineering with the traditional knowledge of ancestral populations who settled in areas of rain and huaicos and, despite the years, they have not been damaged.

#Perú is not prepared to cope with consequences of climate change, warn experts – teleSUR TV (@teleSURtv) 15 April 2017 according to the experts, Peru is not prepared to deal with the impacts which could result in climate change and warn that made similar as Peru which has lived at the beginning of 2017 could return to recur in the next few years.
> Rains cause more than 400 dead in Peru, Ecuador and Colombia Colegio Medico #PeruEnEmergencia “emergency rain surprised the country in the midst of a health crisis,” – Jaime Herrera (@JaimeteleSUR) 13 April 2017 examples desbordes them and flooding due to the climatic phenomenon El coastal child left in Peru 106 dead and 159.283 affected between January and April, according to the center of operations of national emergency (COEN).
The rains destroyed 2.542 kilometers of roads and thousands of hectares of farmland. The victims ask for help from the Government.