Cuba Housing Woes

Cuba Housing Woes

In this March 7, 2014 photo, a woman sitting on a chair waits in a street of Havana, Cuba, to be informed of where she will be relocated after the building where she lived was vacated due to the danger of collapse after the structure failed. Despite reforms in recent years to address the island’s housing problem, such building collapses remain common in Cuba, where decades of neglect and a dearth of new apartments has left untold thousands of islanders living in crowded structures at risk of suddenly falling down. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)

In this March 7, 2014 photo, a woman sitting on a chair waits in a street of Havana, Cuba, to be informed of where she will be relocated after the building where she lived was vacated due to the danger of collapse after the structure failed. Despite reforms in recent years to address the island’s housing problem, such building collapses remain common in Cuba, where decades of neglect and a dearth of new apartments has left untold thousands of islanders living in crowded structures at risk of suddenly falling down. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)

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