Antigua and BarbudaOngoing
Overview Hurricane IRMA-17 originated as a tropical storm in the eastern part of the Atlantic Ocean on 30 August 2017 and gained strength as it moved west to the Caribbean. On September 6, 2017, it first made landfall in Antigua and Barbuda as a Hurricane of category 5 and continued its path though several Caribbean Islands until September 10, 2017 when it hit the southwest of the United States of America.
TAKING INTO ACCOUNT THE DIFFERENT NEEDS OF WOMEN, GIRLS, BOYS AND MEN MAKES HUMANITARIAN RESPONSE MORE EFFECTIVE AND ACCOUNTABLE TO ALL AFFECTED POPULATIONS.
A category 5 hurricane (Irma) struck the Caribbean on 5th-7th of September 2017, causing massive destruction and widespread flooding.
Omar-Dario Cardona (1), Gabriel A. Bernal (2), Claudia P. Villegas (3)
The country has been affected by hurricane "José" rains and winds in late October. Preliminary reports indicate that damage to housing and infrastructure has been incurred, while an evaluation of possible damage to the important tourist infrastructure is underway. An assessment of damage to the agricultural sector has not yet been made available. The island is currently being threatened by Hurricane "Lenny". COSTA RICA (2 November)