December 10 marks Human Rights Day, a day declared by the United Nations General Assembly in 1948, under the premise that all humanity is free and equal.
With the triumph of the Cuban Revolution in January 1959, much progress was made regarding the fulfillment and defense of the elementary rights of all citizens.
This is how the social project undertaken in the Greater Antilles guaranteed measures from the first years for the well-being of the population, in sectors as sensitive as health and education.
Despite the harsh economic, financial and commercial blockade of the United States against Cuba, which limits the development of the Island and its people more than six decades ago, social welfare rates increase and are present in the different programs of the Revolution. (Digital Writing)