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A man and his two children walk on a parched spot in in Noveleta, Cavite where schools of fish used to thrive. Metereologists say temperatures are rising further as the El Niño phenomenon strengthens. They said the phenomenon would last until the “ber” months in the Philippines. The Department of Agriculture said 47,000 farmers may have lost a total of P2.19 billion to the dry spell.  PHOTO BY RENE H. DILAN

A man and his two children walk on a parched spot in in Noveleta, Cavite where schools of fish used to thrive. Metereologists say temperatures are rising further as the El Niño phenomenon strengthens. They said the phenomenon would last until the “ber” months in the Philippines. The Department of Agriculture said 47,000 farmers may have lost a total of P2.19 billion to the dry spell.
PHOTO BY RENE H. DILAN

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