As Cuba’s Revolution celebrates 57 years since rebels forced out the U.S.-backed regime of Fulgencio Batista, the country is deep into a process of normalizing relations with the United States. Cubans are hopeful that the changes on the island will improve upon the country’s important gains, while also reducing the impacts of U.S. hostility and interference.
Achievements of Cuba’s Revolution
Cuban achievements in education and health have not only improved the lives of people on the island, but also in numerous other parts of the world.
Cuba Reports Lower Child Mortality Rate than US and Canada
Cuba’s public health care system is renowned worldwide for its excellence and efficiency. READ MORE
Cuban Doctors Save over 250,000 Lives in Honduras
Cuban doctors have treated over 29 million Hondurans since 1998. READ MORE
Cuban Doctors Spur ‘Amazing’ Improvement in Brazil Healthcare
The Mas Medicos program now serves over 70 percent of Brazil’s cities, and some of the country’s most isolated regions. READ MORE
Cuba-Venezuela Initiative to Aid the Blind Has Helped 4 Million
The aid mission is well on its way to meeting the goal of helping 6 million people. READ MORE
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teleSUR, December 31, 2015