Camagüey, March 5.- As part of the journey through March 8, International Women's Day, 58 Camaguey´s women registered their name in the Book of Honor of the Camagüey´s women.
In the event that took place on Sunday at the Museum Quinta Simoni, a National Monument, the Federation of Cuban Women (FMC) exceptionally opened the Book of Honor in date like this, because usually performs this recognition in the month of August, during the celebration of the anniversary of the founding of the FMC.
In addition, the occasion was conducive to recognize directors of Camagüey´s four companies that hold the condition of National Vanguard.
Directed by women, The Company of mechanical solutions, the store of stimuli, the farmer, the Baler Raul Cepero Bonilla and marketer of transportation fuels, represent the commitment of the Camagüey´s women in the direction of entities with significant results.
In addition, the FMC gave this Sunday the distinction August 23 to workers in the sector of culture.
The provincial act of this year celebrating the International Women's Day will be hosted in the council popular Lugareño, in the municipality of Minas, to recognize the performance of the federated of that territory, who develop a committed work with the family and the community.
They work on the basis of problems that affect this demarcation, among which stand out the attention to the families affected by the hurricane Irma, as well as other related to teenage pregnancy, domestic violence and the prevention of attitudes contrary to the moral precepts of the Cuban socialist social project.
Those who are members of the Municipal Committee of the FMC in Minas agree that, even if the activities for March 8 are a way of recognizing the work they do, much remains to be done to achieve the authentic leadership for the organization.
The celebration will become tribute to the historical leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro and will be devoted especially to women who have been key players in the recovery after hurricane Irma. (Mariela Peña Seguí/ Radio Cadena Agramonte.) (Picture: File)