By Oscar González Vázquez/ Radio Cadena Agramonte
Finding a viable and stable solution in the supply of food to a population which exceeds 300 thousand inhabitants, is the goal of a program known here as suburban agriculture. The experience underway in the outskirts of Camagüey city should be spread to other provinces of Cuba.
For Luis Orlando Nápoles Arrieta, vice president in Camagüey of the National Association of Economists and Accountants (ANEC), the Cuban society is the best prepared nation to face the effects of the current economic crisis.
By Yamylé Fernández Rodríguez.
Cattle raising is as deep-rooted in the traditions of the people of Camaguey as the Tinajón itself, kind of clay ornament that is distinctive to this Cuba's eastern province.
By Barbara Suarez Avalos.
Nowadays many people are worried because of the world food crisis. In the list of those who haven’t gotten a wink of sleep, there are Heads of States, Nobel Prize Laureates, scientists, economists and even those, who partially informed, do not wash their hands of the urgent situation our planet is facing.