1st International Junior High School Workshop

For an inclusive school

Around 200 delegates met from June 20-23 during the 1st International Junior High School Workshop entitled “For an inclusive school”

Pinar del Río expands solar energy


Three new photovoltaic parks currently under construction will more than double the amount of electricity generated with the use of solar panels in the province, when they are connected to the national grid this coming September


Cuba dominates

Julio César La Cruz will be looking to secure his fourth Boxing World Championship crown during the competition taking place this September in Germany.

As expected, Cuba’s men’s boxing team dominated the American Boxing Confederation (AMBC) Continental Championships with a solid performance by its representatives, who secured eight gold and two silver medals in Tegucigalpa, Honduras

Egrem releases three tribute albums to Sindo Garay


Restoring and promoting the work of Antonio Gumersindo Garay, better known as Sindo Garay (Santiago de Cuba, April 12, 1867- La Habana, July 17, 1968), on the 150th anniversary of his birth, is the main aim of the Musical Publishing and Recording Enterprise (Egrem) with the release, this year, of three albums by the author of “La Bayamesa” and “El Huracán y la Palma”

Ten keys to Donald Trump's policy toward Cuba


The change in policy toward Cuba, announced June 16 by U.S. President Donald Trump, implies a setback in bilateral relations • Granma shares opinions and analysis from both sides of the Florida Straits

Building a cybersociety

DScTech Ailyn Febles Estrada, president of the Union of Computer Scientists of Cuba (UIC).

The Cuban Union of Computer Scientists (UIC) is ready to hold an international event as part of the organization’s role in the computerization of society

Venezuela highlights Caribbean solidarity in the OAS


The Venezuelan Ambassador to the Organization of American States (OAS), Samuel Moncada, thanked Caribbean countries June 19 for their solidarity, which put a stop to the interventionist aims of this regional body against this South American nation

Meeting student needs


Cuba’s Adult and Youth Education Program (EJA) is one of the most significant in terms of social impact

Luis Mario’s smile

“It’s a way of continuing Fidel’s legacy, a man who fought tirelessly to improve the health of our people,” notes Reinaldo.

In recognition of its results, Pinar del Río hosted the national tribute to blood donors, June 16

Taking healthcare to rural areas


Offering healthcare services in the country’s remote mountainous regions is a learning experience vital to the professional development of young Cuban doctors. After graduating they work for one year in offices in rural zones across the nation as part of their social service commitment

New hotels in Villa Clara


The construction of six new hotels in Villa Clara is part of an ambitious development plan in the central Cuban province

Council of State calls general elections

Municipal delegates to be elected in October • Exact date to be determined to elect delegates to Provincial Assemblies and deputies to the National Assembly of People's Power


La Conchita: Past, present, and future

Felicia Ramos Martínez has worked at the plant for 34 years.

With a long history in the province, the plant proceses a wide variety of fruits and vegetables for the domestic market, tourism, and export.