The 19th Scientific Convention on Engineering and Architecture is wrapping up in Havana on Friday, after intense debates focused on the research and implementation of technological advances to achieve sustainable development.
Cuba sent experienced doctors to Brazil and it was an emergency response to the shortage of professionals in the interior of the country, the representative of the Pan-American Health Organization (PAHO), Joaquin Molina, said on Thursday.
Authorities from the Cubanacan hotel group are seeking to boost contemplative diving in Cuba’s shores by designing attractive circuits including water sports, a source from the sector said.
With the arrival on Monday of 204 Cuban doctors from Brazil, about 1,500 medical collaborators have returned home in recent days after participating in the More Doctors Program, an initiative that was affected by President-elect Jair Bolsonaro”s hostility
With the withdrawal of Cuban professionals from the More Doctors program, 30 million Brazilians will be left without primary medical assistance, former Health Minister Arthur Chioro warned on Monday.
Spanish airline Iberia, which has completed seven decades of operations in Cuba in 2018, said in a statement that it bets on this market, especially now that the island is deploying its tourism.
Public Health Minister of Cuba, José Ángel Portal, explained today the motives that led the island to conclude its participation in the program Mais Medicos of Brazil.
Cuba’s decision of withdrawing from the Brazilian More Doctors Program is a matter of principles and dignity, Ariadna Gonzalez, a specialist in Gastroenterology, said in this capital on Wednesday.
About 44 million low-income Brazilians will be without medical care as of 2019, in more than 2,000 municipalities within the country, an international organization has warned.
Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel highlighted on Saturday the efforts of Cuban doctors in Brazil through a message shared on his official Twitter account, @DiazCanelB.