The Directorate of Civil Protection (DPC) said the rains, which also affected southwest Cuba and Jamaica, caused widespread flooding and the collapse of several bridges and caused damage to the agricultural and livestock sectors.
Many homes, especially in the city of Les Cayes, Torbeck, Port Salut were destroyed. DPC said that the two deaths were reported in Great South.
It said that many people had been placed in camps and food had been provided for at least 500 families.
The Ministry of the Interior had called on Departmental Delegates and Mayors of the areas affected to accompany the DPC members in carrying out the assessment of the damages.
With Haiti now in the early stages of the rainy season, the Ministry of the Interior, the DPC, the National Meteorological Center (CNM) and the Permanent Risk Management System are all urging people especially those in risk areas, to remain vigilant and to take the safety instructions in the event of floods and landslides.