OCHA ReliefWeb 2009/11/25
In El Salvador, the death toll is 198, with 77 people missing. It is estimated that 75,000 people have been affected. The Government estimated damages are approximately $939 million in agriculture, education, health, infrastructure, and water and sanitation.
Government of El Salvador 2009/11/10
Authorities confirmed a total of 144 persons killed and 13,680 affected.
The Salvadorian government reports that a total of 137 people are dead, 3,000 people are in collective centres, 100 people are missing and approximately 10,400 people have been affected.
At least 124 people have died and dozens are missing after heavy rains triggered flooding and mudslides that buried communities and left a swath of destruction in El Salvador, officials said.
Reuters AlertNet 2009/11/08
Approximately 7,000 people were in government emergency shelters