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Peru 1/30/2015

Loreto Department, constant rains increase the flow of the Huallaga river, causing the flooding of agriculture areas in the localities of Achuai Tipishca, Vista Alegre and San Manuel, district of Lagunas, in the Alto Amazonas province. (os. : INDECI).

Mexico 1/30/2015

Update - Federal District, Cujimalpa–Collapse of the Maternal and Child Hospital.  A fuel tanker exploded near a hospital injuring 72, 14 in serious conditions and killing 3. The Maternal and Child hospital underwent damages in 30% of its structure due to the explosion. Patients were sent to 10 Public hospitals of the Social Security Institute. Response at local level. (os. : Gobierno-Federal; Presidencia de la Republica; Cruz Roja Mexicana); (mc.: Azteca Noticias; CNNMx).

Peru 1/30/2015

Loreto Department, constant rains increase the flow of the Huallaga river, causing the flooding of agriculture areas in the localities of Achuai Tipishca, Vista Alegre and San Manuel, district of Lagunas, in the Alto Amazonas province. (os. : INDECI).



Breve perfil de país en gestión de salud

Honduras

Capital: Tegucigalpa
Población: 7  millones de habitantes
Superficie: 112,492 km2
Densidad de población: 62 h/km2
Población urbana: 44%
Tasa de crecimiento demográfico: 2.7
Moneda: Lempira

2 - Indicadores socioeconómicos:

INDICADORES SOCIOECONOMICOS

Posición en el IDH *

115

PIB per cápita 

3,430 dólares

Índice de pobreza humana **

16.5

*Índice de Desarrollo Humano
**Mide expectativa de vida, educación y nivel de  vida digno

3 - División Administrativa: 18 departamentos.

Departamento

Capital

Superficie (km2)

Población estimada (h.)

Atlántida

La Ceiba

4.372

344.099

Choluteca

Choluteca

4.360

390.805

Colón

Trujillo

8.249

246.708

Comayagua

Comayagua

5.124

352.881

Copán

Santa Rosa de Copán

3.242

288.766

Cortés

San Pedro Sula

3.923

1.202.510

Francisco Morazán

Tegucigalpa

8.619

1.180.676

Gracias a Dios

Puerto Lempira

16.997

67.384

Intibucá

La Esperanza

3.123

179.862

Islas de la Bahía

Roatán

236

38.073

Lempira

Gracias

4.228

250.067

Ocotepeque

Nueva Ocotepeque

1.630

108.029

Olancho

Juticalpa

23.905

419.561

El Paraíso

Yuscarán

7.489

350.054

La Paz

La Paz

2.525

156.560

Santa Bárbara

Santa Bárbara

5.024

342.054

Valle

Nacaome

1.665

151.841

Yoro

Yoro

7.781

465.414

Fuentes: http://ccp.ucr.ac.cr/bvp/censos/honduras/2001/p19.pdf (población)
http://www.honduraseducacional.com/estadistica.htm (superficie)

 

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