Cuba in Liberia

Edvida Davies and Francis Maweah Jr. join their Liberian colleagues to study Medicine in Cuba.

Edvida Davies and Francis Maweah Jr. join their Liberian colleagues to study Medicine in Cuba.

Excited by the news, determined to take advantage of this unique opportunity for self-improvement, and somewhat nostalgic for the separation of the family. So we could describe Edvida Davies and Francis Maweah Jr. the two young Liberians who in this academic year 2017-2018 will begin their medical studies in Cuba. With them there are 5 Liberians who are being trained in the Greater Antilles, all of them in the medical area.

Chargé d'Affaires of Cuba in Liberia delivers a conference to Liberian university students.

Chargé d'Affaires of Cuba in Liberia delivers a conference to Liberian university students.

Monrovia, May 25, 2017- In the framework of the actions to celebrate Africa Day, the Chargé d'Affaires of Cuba in Liberia, Yordenis Despaigne Vera, gave a lecture at the Fendall Campus of the University of Liberia. Under the title "Getting close to Cuba: Cuba-Africa Relations in the framework of the celebration of Africa Day", the Cuban diplomat intervened before an audience of nearly 60 students of various specialties. The President-elect of the University, Dr.

Chargé d'Affaires of Cuba in Liberia talks with the Liberian radio audience on Cuba-Africa relations.

On this morning, the Chargé d'Affaires of Cuba in Liberia, Yordenis Despaigne Vera, was interviewed by journalist Matthew Myanplu, director and producer of private radio-television channel PRIME FM. The interview, which falls within the framework of activities to celebrate Africa Day, was broadcast live simultaneously on radio through the frequency 105.5 FM, television and digital channel on the Internet.

Second Secretary of the Embassy of Cuba in Liberia makes a courtesy visit to the Secretary General of the MPC party

Second Secretary of the Embassy of Cuba in Liberia makes a courtesy visit to the Secretary General of the MPC party

The Second Secretary of the Embassy of Cuba in Liberia, Carmen Maury Toledo, was received at the headquarters of the Movement for Progressive Change (MPC), by its Secretary General OR 'Neal Passawe.

The executive expressed his willingness to work with Cuba, mainly in areas such as the training and preparation of young people in the health sector, able to cover the deficit of health personnel in rural areas of the country. He thanked the visit and offered some elements about the work projections of the political organization, in view of the October electoral process.

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