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HURRICANE IRMA

Drinking Water Available in Sancti Spíritus after Hurricane

The drinking water service offered by the Empresa Provincial de Acueducto y Alcantarillado (Provincial Aqueduct and Sewer Company) in Sancti Spiritus, which was severely damaged due to the passage of Hurricane Irma, has been already restored to about 290,000 clients, representing 97% of the total residents who benefit from such service in this central Cuban […]


More than 10 600 Homes Affected by Hurricane Irma in Sancti Spiritus

In Sancti Spiritus, central Cuba, measures are being taken to define the priorities and organize the process of delivery of resources to the more than 10 600 families who until this Friday had reported damages resulting from the passage of Hurricane Irma. According to information provided by Noel Carballo, head of the subgroup in charge […]


Cuba Announces Measures to Support Hurricane-Affected People

The Cuban government has decided to use state budget to finance half the cost of construction materials for these persons


WFP Brings Food Aid for Hurricane Irma Victims in Cuba

World Food Program (WFP) Executive Director David Beasley, bearer of the news, toured areas of Jaimanitas, one of the most damaged communities in Havana


Raúl Castro: We’ll Come Through this Once Again

Raúl Castro Ruz, president of the National Defense Council, chaired a meeting last September 13, during which the damages caused by Hurricane Irma were evaluated


Trinidad de Cuba Hotels Available to Tourists

Cuban Ministry of Tourism leaders have confirmed that all the tourist facilities of the country will be ready for the high season


Hurricane Irma-Affected Resorts Reopen in Cuba

According to Cuban First Viceminister of Tourism, Alexis Trujillo, many of the recreational facilities are already in operation


Humanitarian Aid from Venezuela Arrives in Havana

Many countries from around the world, especially in Latin America,  have expressed their solidarity towards Cuba


Hurricane Irma Damages 80 Percent of Natural Forests in Sancti Spiritus

Although due to difficulties with access and communications the impact of Hurricane Irma is still unkown in several facilities, preliminary information allows experts to state that 80 percent of the natural forests under the Flora and Fauna Business Unit Sancti Spiritus Norte was damaged. According to Sonia María Pérez, economic assistant director of that enterprise, […]


Electrical Service Recovers in Sancti Spiritus, Cuba

    The electricity network was severely damaged with the passage of Hurricane Irma in the province of Sancti Spiritus, particulary in Yaguajay and in the capital city


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