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Latest developments in orthopedics and traumatology to be discussed in Cuba

Progress in external fixation is one of the central issues to be discussed at the 27th International Congress of Orthopedics and Traumatology, taking place from September 26 through October 1 in the Plaza América Convention Center in the resort of Varadero

Japanese friends celebrate Cuba’s victory in UN blockade vote

Over 950 Japanese friends traveled to Cuba aboard the Peace Boat, an initiative founded in 1983, calling for a world free of nuclear weapons, and promoting a message in support of an end to wars, global sustainability and friendship among the peoples


A global contribution

Speaking to Granma International, Cuban medical professional who have offered their services around the world describe their efforts as a rewarding privilege

Pastors for Peace prepare for next U.S.-Cuba Friendship Caravan

Members of the Pastors for Peace initiative will learn about the economic and social development of Guantánamo province during their stay, including with regard to the territory illegally occupied by the U.S. naval base, a site where torture is practiced on detainees

International friends highlight fraternal ties with Cuba

These friends expressed their desire to accompany the Cuban people in the symbolic New Year’s celebrations, and learn of the battles waged by the Caribbean nation against imperialism

U.S. blockade and terrorism denounced

The Third Days of Action Against the Blockade will take place in Washington D.C., September 11-16, with activities centered on denouncing damage caused to the island’s healthcare system by the hostile policy, with the participation of U.S. students pursuing medical degrees on the island and renowned Cuban doctors

Outstanding Jamaican friend honored

The outstanding activist highlighted the role Cuban culture has played in maintaining the nation’s dignified stance for over 50 years, as well as the island’s refusal to abandon its principles or compromise the wellbeing of its people.

Altruistic work in Nepal and Ecuador

"I have learned to improvise, look for solutions with the few resources at hand," says Dr. José Ángel Zayas Power, a member of the Henry Reeve Contingent who has served in over 20 countries

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