The Cuban health staff now in Liberia to support that country's combat against Ebola, visited the field hospital where they will work starting from Monday. Dr. Ronald Hernandez, member of the Cuban Brigade, wrote in Facebook:
Cuban Health Minister Roberto Morales said that the expert meeting on the prevention and fight against Ebola, held in Havana this week, revealed the need for the countries of the region to join efforts for their benefit and allowed to deepen knowledge and share experiences to be in better conditions to face the disease and assist African countries.
The minister of state of the United Kingdom's Foreign Ministry, Hugo Swire stressed the significance of three memorandums of understanding signed with Havana in the areas of sports, diplomatic relations and trade.
The Cuban literacy program known as "Yes, I Can" has been implemented in 30 nations of the world where eight million people have learned how to read and write with that methodology, said Doctor in Science Cesar Torres, director of the Latin American and Caribbean Pedagogic Institute, which leads that initiative.