Havana, Thursday 26 de March de 2015 06:32 pm
A Total of 28 Ministers Confirm Presence in Havana's Intl. Health Convention

A Total of 28 Ministers Confirm Presence in Havana's Intl. Health Convention

Cuba's Deputy Health Minister, Doctor Marcia Cobas, announced that 28 ministers have already confirmed their attendance to the International Health Convention that will be held in this capital on April 20-24.

UN representative praises Cuban mountain ecosystems preservation

UN representative praises Cuban mountain ecosystems preservation

The draft of landscape approach to conservation in Cuba of mountain ecosystems contributes to the preservation of the environment and sustainable development, said today in this city Myrta Kaulard, representative of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP).

Half a Million Cuban Children to Be Vaccinated Against Polio

Half a Million Cuban Children to Be Vaccinated Against Polio

Nearly half a million Cuban children will be immunized at the 54th National Anti- Polio Vaccination Campaign, which first phase will take place from March 9 to 15, Dr. Miguel Angel Galindo, an official of the Ministry of Public Health (MINSAP by its Spanish acronym), announced.

Havana's CIREN has so far Treated 120,000 Patients of over 93 Nations

Havana’s CIREN has so far Treated 120,000 Patients of over 93 Nations

Since its founding on February 26, 1989, by Commander in Chief Fidel Castro, Havana's International Center for Neurological Restoration (CIREN) has received 120,000 patients of 93 countries, including Cuba.

Over 260 Pakistani Physicians to Graduate in Sancti Spíritus

More than 260 Pakistani physicians will graduate on Friday in this city, Muhammad Rashid Usman, representative of the doctors-to-be at the University of  Medical Sciences of Sancti Spiritus, told ACN.

Cuba and Mexico Sign University Cooperation Agreements

Cuba and Mexico Sign University Cooperation Agreements

The signing of more than twenty interuniversity cooperation agreements in just two exchanging days was the result of the 13th Cuba-Mexico Meeting of Rectors which concluded here yesterday.

Cuban Physicians Cure 260 Ebola Patients in Sierra Leone

Cuban Physicians Cure 260 Ebola Patients in Sierra Leone

The Cuban medical brigade working in Sierra Leone has cured, since October, 260 persons infected by the Ebola fever virus.

Record Low Temperature in Cuba for February

Record Low Temperature in Cuba for February

The Cuban Institute of Meteorology reported that early Friday morning it registered a record one Celsius degree in the town of Union Reyes, in western Matanzas province, the lowest temperature ever recorded in Cuba for the month of February.

First National Workshop on Computerization and Cybersecurity Underway in Havana

First National Workshop on Computerization and Cybersecurity Underway in Havana

Discussions of the First National Workshop on Computerization and Cybersecurity, headquartered in Havana, are resumed today at the Research Center of Integrated Technologies (CITI by its Spanish acronym), at Jose Antonio Echeverria Higher Polytechnic Institute.

Cuba and the U.S. Have always Collaborated in Meteorology, Despite Confrontations

Cuba and the U.S. Have always Collaborated in Meteorology, Despite Confrontations

Despite the five-decade confrontation between Cuba and the United States, both countries have maintained permanent bilateral collaboration in the field of meteorology.

International Symposium on Heritage Wraps up in Central Cuba

International Symposium on Heritage Wraps up in Central Cuba

After three days of lectures and discussions on the role of tourism as a development factor in heritage sites, the 9th International Symposium Challenges in the Management of Cities, which was held since Monday in this city, concludes today.

Cuba to Host International Forum on Sustainable Development

Cuba to Host International Forum on Sustainable Development

Experts from 10 countries will attend the 7th International Convention on Sustainable Development and Innovation to be held in the western Cuban province of Matanzas in April.

Over 300 Invasive Plant Species Reported in Cuba

At least 322 invasive plant species have been reported in Cuba, and 58 percent of them are considered transformer of the composition and structure of native ecosystems, it was reported in this capital.

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