Pedro is ultimately a star, a star of hope not for only Cuba but for the region and the world

The breeze was scarce as the students anxiously waited for Pedro Pablo Rodriguez to enter the art center. A different aura filled the building, and filled the beings that were seated and standing to hear his presentation. Despite the heat and congested room, the students knew that something big was about to happen. Upon his anticipated arrival, Pedro Pablo caused an outburst of applauses from an expecting congregation of students that were hungry for new ideas and philosophies.

There is something special about Pedro Pablo!

The last history club encounter for the academic year was set, our special guest would be the internationally respected Cuban intellectual and revolutionary thinker Pedro Pablo Rodríguez who is visiting Belize on the invitation of Sapna Budhrani, president of NICH.

The Travelling Caribbean Film Showcase in Belize

The Travelling Caribbean Film Showcase Belize edition has arrived. The National Institute of History and Culture / Nich. The National Library System, the University of Belize and the Embassy of Cuba invite you to the showcase opening night. next March 14, 2019, at 7:00 p.m., in the Jaguar Auditorium at #UB.

Belize and Cuba renew medical agreement

The continued cooperation between Belize and Cuba in the health sector was renewed on Wednesday, February 27th, at a signing ceremony in the capital city of Belmopan. The renewal of the agreement is to extend the presence of the Cuban Medical Brigade in Belize that not only benefits Belizeans nationwide but strengthens and develops the health system in Belize. Signing on behalf of the Government of Belize was Minister of Health Honourable Pablo Marin, while Ambassador Lisette Perez signed on behalf of Cuba.

Solidarity with Venezuela

Article by Yasser Mussa:

Some say that we got bigger problems than to be thinking about Venezuela.

But I am a school teacher.

Our work is to make connections.

I teach African and Maya history to first form students. On their last census 56% of Venezuelans identified themselves as black or indigenous.

Their country sits a top trillions of dollars in oil reserves.

The people and government of Venezuela granted Belize $400 million in access to PETRO-Caribe funds.