413 thousand people have passed through the Darién jungle, of which 219,777 are male, 105,923 are female. A total of 87,635 minors have made the journey.
This year the number of migrants has exceeded 410 thousand and it is expected that before December some 500 thousand people will have passed through the Darien jungle in search of the American dream.
Authorities from Panama and Costa Rica have requested regional and international support to attend to the large number of people who cross their territory every day, which averages 3,000 per day.
These two countries announced this Friday that from now on the buses that transport migrants will no longer stop in Paso Canoas and will continue to the border with Nicaragua as a way to speed up the passage and avoid the collapse of the reception places.