Title

Hurricane Ian Response: Resident Coordinator's Office Situation Report No. 04 (29 September 2022)

Author Information

UNCT CUBA

Location

Cuba

Date of Publication

2022 12:00 AM

Security Theme

Extreme Events

Keywords

Extreme Events, Hurricane, Cuba, Natural disasters, Infrastructure damage, Power loss, Death toll

Description

After the passage of devastating Hurricane Ian, the entire population of the two most affected provinces are still without power. Damage to housing is significant. So far, in just three municipalities of Pinar del Río, some 30,000 houses have been damaged. The rest of the affected areas are still being assessed. Basic social services infrastructure has been severely damaged. The death toll has risen to three following Ian’s passage. In addition to the serious damage to agriculture, infrastructure for crop production and retail food markets have been severely affected. Some 5,000 people remain evacuated in Artemisa, Pinar del Río and Mayabeque.

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Jan 1st, 12:00 AM

Hurricane Ian Response: Resident Coordinator's Office Situation Report No. 04 (29 September 2022)

Cuba

After the passage of devastating Hurricane Ian, the entire population of the two most affected provinces are still without power. Damage to housing is significant. So far, in just three municipalities of Pinar del Río, some 30,000 houses have been damaged. The rest of the affected areas are still being assessed. Basic social services infrastructure has been severely damaged. The death toll has risen to three following Ian’s passage. In addition to the serious damage to agriculture, infrastructure for crop production and retail food markets have been severely affected. Some 5,000 people remain evacuated in Artemisa, Pinar del Río and Mayabeque.