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A goodwill ambassador

“I feel I have achieved my dreams. I dreamed of being a goodwill ambassador, with the ability to help the world…”

The U.S. blockade punishes Cuban public health system harshly

Cuba’s public health sector is one of the most affected by the economic, commercial, and financial blockade first imposed by the United States February 7, 1962, and subsequently reinforced, most recently by President Donald Trump, on June 16

The Henry Reeve Contingent

A work of love

For saving lives and helping millions of suffering people around the world, the Henry ReeveInternationalContingent of Doctors Specializing in Disastersand Large-ScaleEpidemics was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, 2015

Productive exchanges between British and Cuban teachers

A delegation from the National Union of Teachers (NUT) recently visited primary, secondary, music, sports, and special education schools in Havana and Pinar del Río, and met with Cuban union officials and sector professionals

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

Book on the lessons of the military conflict in Southern Africa presented

In the prologue to the book, Risquet Valdés writes: “We know very well that together Cubans and Angolans won the war in southern Angola in 1988 and we forced South Africa to accept our conditions, the book Visions of Freedom demonstrates this irrefutable truth based on South African and U.S. documents, that is, the very voice of the enemy.”

A treasured image

Milagros Rivera Pérez, chair of the Cuba Solidarity Committee in Puerto Rico and director of the Juan Ríus Rivera Brigade, treasures several photos with the leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, whom she describes as humanity’s best friend


Fomenting Cuban scientific talent

The National Center for Scientific Research (CNIC) was founded in July 1965, with the aim of using scientific methods to solve biomedical problems and develop sophisticated products

Cuba taught me to be a better person

Speaking in low, measured tones, young Ecuadorian doctor Fernando Cruz Quishpe, said he considers himself a son of Cuba, although he was born in the city of Cayambe, north of Quito.