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Cuba offers the world healthcare alternatives

BioCubaFarma, a 100% state owned entity, founded on the country’s highly-skilled professionals and committed to ensuring the population’s health, has been enjoying positive results over the last 50 year

May Day: Teachers leading the way

Over 40,000 teachers and students from pedagogical schools, accompanied by their families, will lead the May Day march to Havana’s Plaza de la Revolución

Nazir Rizvi, a true friend

Upon receiving the Council of State Friendship Medal, at the Cuban Friendship Institute, the outstanding pacifist, Communist and solidarity activist said that the Cuban Revolution is an example of social justice for the entire world

Cuba ups efforts to eradicate mosquitoes

Extreme vigilance and measures to combat mosquitoes are defining recent efforts by Cuban health authorities in the campaign to prevent the spread of viruses transmitted by the Aedes aegypti mosquito (including Zika, dengue, chikungunya and yellow fever).

A tweet for world peace

Using the hashtags #ALCZonaDePaz and #TodosSomosVenezuela, the postulates of the Proclamation of Latin America and the Caribbean as a Zone of Peace were championed and the Bolivarian Revolution of Venezuela defended, in the face of U.S. threats of military intervention


An internationalist calling and commitment (+Photos)

“A special mention must go to the Cuban Medical Mission in Ecuador, for their systematic and unconditional support, which allowed us to identify and understand the particularities of the Ecuadoran health system and helped us to organize our efforts with local and provincial authorities”

Neurological restoration in Cuba, consolidating progress

CUBA’S International Center for Neurological Restoration (CIREN), has a long history in treating patients suffering from diseases such as Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, dementia, epilepsy, ataxia, and dystonia, among others, as well as conducting and applying vital research into the secrets of brain activity


Inclusive education for disabled children

Some 180 students with physical and intellectual disabilities receive personalized attention at Havana’s Solidarity with Panama school

Cuban health technicians discuss their work and training

The 3rd International Health Technologies Conference, held in Havana March 27-31, served to promote research on public health systems and services provided by technicians, in addition to discussion of quality training for these professionals

Cycling for the freedom of the Cuban Five

Five young people from different countries cycled through towns and cities in the east of Cuba, braving the intense August sun to demand that the U.S. government release Gerardo Hernández, Ramón Labañino and Antonio Guerrero, unjustly imprisoned 16 years ago.