Havana.– Representatives of non-governmental organizations from Latin America and the Caribbean praised Cuba’s policies to promote the social wellbeing of disabled persons. Speaking exclusively with ACN, Sandra Darce Mendoza, a member of the Admissions Committee for the Latin American Network of Non-Governmental Organizations of Persons with Disabilities and their Families (Riadis), commented on the island’s inclusive programs and training centers for this section of the population.
This week Cuba will once again become the capital of the Caribbean, as it hosts various events addressing key issues for the region, such as tourism, trade, combating climate change and transport.
Events will kick-off in Havana on March 8 with the Association of Caribbean States’ (ACS-AEC) First Cooperation Conference, which will see the participation of representatives from international organizations and countries which, given their experience in the field, could contribute to the region’s development.
February 28, 2017. Written by The Daily Observer. Published in Cuba
A therapeutic vaccine aimed at reducing the viral load of patients with Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), is currently in phase one of a clinical trial, in which its safety is studied.
Cuba Oil & Gas 2017 Summit was inaugurated today with the participation of about 70 oil and gas executives from 15 nations, including Russia, China, Italy, France and the United Kingdom.
During the meeting, a great number of opportunities for foreign investment in the Cuban hydrocarbon industry, exploration and production projects, and the petrochemical and refining market were known, the Business Development Director of the International Research Networks (IRN) and the organizer of the event Paola Galanti stated.