The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), the European Union (EU) and Cuba signed a food security program, a statement from the parties read on October, 9th.
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has acknowledged for many years that hunger is not a problem in Cuba due to government policies that guarantee food security for the entire population.
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On his bed in the intensive care unit of Pepe Portilla Pediatric Hospital, where he has lived the last two years and seven months, King Dennys Santiesteban shows me his collection of toy dinosaurs.
This October 10 we will be celebrating the World Mental Health Day. It is an opportunity to raise awareness and mobilize the population about issues related to mental health. On this occasion, the day will focus on suicide prevention.
Cuba is an example of care of patients with mental illnesses and is recognized internationally for its work for the patient recovering and the use of occupational therapy.
The Trump administration changed the rules for Americans traveling to Cuba in June, but it did not close down tourism.
The statement of Minister of Foreign Affairs of Cuba, Bruno Rodriguez Parrilla, at the 74 UNGA, made the international community shudder. He denounced the barbaric politics of the US goverment against the cuban people.
The capital of Cuba, founded on November 16th, 1519, is celebrating half a millennium. Habanos is symbol of tradition and exclusivity. It’s history is closely linked to the city that lent its name, Havana.
Not even in the most difficult moments of the Revolution has a single worker been abandoned to fate, shock therapies have never been applied. On the contrary, adhering to the principle of non-discrimination, access to jobs has been ensured regardless of sex, race, creed, or any other exclusionary factor.
There’s been some confusion as to whether Americans can travel to Cuba or not. The short answer is yes, but you have to plan strategically.
Recently, the Trump administration banned cruise ships to the island and eliminated the “people-to-people” visa category that ultimately relaxed the travel restrictions to Cuba.
Since the current administration’s latest ban, there are now 12 visa categories that allow legal travel to Cuba, including professional research, public performances, religious activities, family visits, humanitarian projects, journalist activity, and support for the Cuban people.
Of the listed categories, support for the Cuban people is the best option for travelers and requires a “full-time schedule” of activities that enhance contact with the Cuban people, support civil society in Cuba, or promote the Cuban people’s independence from Cuban authorities.
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