Camagüey, June 1st. - In the Camagüey province, head office this year in Cuba of the act for the World Day of the Environment, has advanced in the implementation of the Task Life, plan of the State for the clash to the climate change, fundamentally in the protection of vulnerable communities.
Camagüey, May 29.- Some 75 students from different teachings in the province of Camagüey are linked from the beginning of 2017 the Blue Bay Environmental Group project, which seeks to raise awareness in the population to deal with environmental problems such as climate change.
Camagüey, May 24.- For its scientific rigor and provide solutions to the health problems of the territory, this Wednesday, the papers were selected to represent the province in the national edition of the 2018 Annual Award of Health.
Havana, May 22.- The Conference on Food Science and Technology opened its sessions today with the participation of delegates from Ibero-America, Europe, and Asia.
Beijing, May 18.- Cuba and China have signed a memorandum of understanding in Beijing for the creation of joint enterprises linked to the healthcare sector, specifically the production of world renowned Cuban-developed pharmaceuticals.
Havana, May 10.- Julio Berdegué, Deputy Director-General of the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and its regional representative for Latin America and the Caribbean, praised the role played by the Cuban Science to solve the problems of the field.
Havana, May 8.- The 10th International Meeting of Students of Psychology, officially opened on Monday in the aula magna of the University of Havana (UH), brings together 600 representatives from 17 countries, 150 of them Cubans.
Camagüey, May 7.- The cave system Cave Mexico, up to now the largest discovered in the coastal plain in the north of the province of Camagüey, could be more extensive yet, according to research conducted in the first expedition of this year to the place.
Nairobi, May 2.- At least 100 people have been drown or died in a landslide baused by Kenya flooding forcing the exodus of 200,000 people, revealed the Red Cross today.
Havana, Apr 19. - Cristian Morales, representative in Cuba of the Pan American organizations and World Health Organization (PAHO/WHO), stressed that, despite the blockade of the United States for more than 55 years ago, the island reaches comparable indicators with developed nations.