Preliminary data from the Ministry of Public Health (Minsap) for 2015 indicates that Cuba’s infant mortality rate for the year was 4.3 deaths per 1,000 live births, reaffirming the country as the continental leader, and among the top 20 nations in the world, in terms of this indicator
CUBAN INTERNATIONAL HEALTH COLLABORATORS
Speaking to Granma International, Cuban medical professional who have offered their services around the world describe their efforts as a rewarding privilege
Various social organizations and personalities from different countries around the world are set to participate in the “Third Days of Action Against the Blockade” in Washington D.C, from September 11-1
During an interactive dialogue, more than 500 students, campesinos, intellectuals, artists and community leaders participated in the debate ‘Youth and the Americas we want,’ experiences to be taken to Panama, where the Youth Forum and Seventh Summit of the Americas will take place simultaneously, April 8-10
The extraordinary contributions of Cuba's healthcare collaboration internationally owes its origins to the thinking of Comandante en Jefe Fidel Castro Ruz, the greatest promoter of solidarity with the world's peoples, and advocate of this principle as fundamental to the Revolution's foreign policy, since its very inception
Committed to continuing to build a prosperous and sustainable socialism, the country’s more than 480,000 healthcare sector workers will celebrate International Workers’ Day with various activities taking place both in and outside the island
THE LATIN AMERICAN SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
To offer health and hope around the world is among the missions of the more than 28,500 doctors from 103 countries who have graduated from the Latin American School of Medicine (ELAM), which this year held its 13th graduation.
SOLIDARITY WITH PANAMA SCHOOL
Some 180 students with physical and intellectual disabilities receive personalized attention at Havana’s Solidarity with Panama school
July 21, in Havana’s Karl Marx Theater, more than 900 graduates received their diplomas as medical, dentistry, nursing and health technology professionals, including 124 international students from 32 countries
Members of the 48th Venceremos brigade from the United States, are visiting Cuba July 23-August 4, to learn about the construction of socialism and offer their support to the Revolution.