The U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Aid said in a statement Tuesday that the deaths occurred in the north and northwestern part of the country.
Two people died in a landslide in the area of Limbe and two others drowned while trying to cross a river. Two bodies were pulled from the water near the coastal town of Anse-a-Foleur.
The floods also damaged 125 homes, crops and livestock.
The rainfall that began April 8 displaced 700 people and 68 of them moved into shelters.
The annual rainy season has already 6 people. They died last month in the capital area after mudslides crashed through their homes.
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