53% of scientists in Cuba are women

53% of scientists in Cuba are women

53% of scientists in Cuba are women

Cuba, Jun 15 – Some 86,426 individuals work in Cuba’s science sector, 53% of whom are women, according to the President of the Cuban Academy of Sciences (ACC) Dr. Luis C. Velázquez Pérez speaking during the First International Science and Education Congress taking place in the Havana International Conference Center. Continue reading

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Local Convention Center is inaugurated in the Florida Pediatric Hospital

Local Convention Center is inaugurated in the Florida Pediatric Hospital Local Convention Center is inaugurated in the Florida Pediatric Hospital

Local Convention Center is inaugurated in the Florida Pediatric Hospital

Florida June, 15th – The 173th and the 90th birthday of the cuban general Antonio Maceo and Ernesto Che Guevara respectively, this June 14th, was the perfect occation to inaugurate the Local Convention Center in the Florida Pediatric Hospital. Continue reading

Che Has Not Died, Says Cuban Hero Antonio Guerrero

Che Has Not Died, Says Cuban Hero Antonio Guerrero

Che Has Not Died, Says Cuban Hero Antonio Guerrero

Argentina, Jun 14 –  Che has not died, he is present among us, said today the Cuban hero Antonio Guerrero on his arrival in the hometown of the Heroic Guerrilla Man, who would turn 90 tomorrow.

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Cuba willing to develop Internet Implementation

Cuba willing to develop Internet Implementation

Cuba willing to develop Internet Implementation

Havana, Jun 14 – Cuba pays special attention to the socio-economic development of the country and the welfare of its population and there is a will to develop computerization of Cuban society and access to Internet, said Maimir Mesa, Minister of Communications. Continue reading

Challenges of Economic Sciences Debated in Cuba

Challenges of Economic Sciences Debated in Cuba

Challenges of Economic Sciences Debated in Cuba

Camagüey, Jun 14 – The 15th International Conference on Economic and Business Sciences began its debates on Tuesday in Camaguey with a look at the island’s economy in the current context which presents several challenges that must be looked at through science. Continue reading

Cuba Achieves the Lowest Infant Mortality Rate in its History

Cuba Achieves the Lowest Infant Mortality Rate in its History

Cuba Achieves the Lowest Infant Mortality Rate in its History

Havana, Jun 7 – Cuba reached the lowest infant mortality in its history in the first five months of this year, with a rate of 3.9 per thousand live births, official sources reported here. Continue reading

Another victory for Venezuela in the OAS

Another victory for Venezuela in the OAS

Another victory for Venezuela in the OAS

Cuba, Jun 7 – The United States and Organization of American States (OAS), at the headquarters of the international body, or “Ministry of Colonies” of the United States of America, as former Cuban Foreign Minister Raúl Roa described it back in the early 1960s, continues to fail in its attempt to defeat Venezuela, and Cuba for that matter. Continue reading