Anayansi Rodriguez, Cuban deputy FM, received several ACT Alliance member religious leaders today in Havana.
The Caribbean diplomat exchanged with Rudelmar Bueno De Faria, who serves as general secretary of ACT Alliance, and other members of that organization.
We addressed issues of common interest regarding sustainable development, disaster risk management and climate justice, Rodriguez tweeted.
The religious leaders highlighted Cuba's achievements in the struggle for women's empowerment and in the health sector, as well as the prestige of Cuban medical collaboration, which has extended to several nations around the world where it has saved thousands of lives.
The ACT Alliance is a global alliance of more than 145 Protestant churches and associated formations working together in more than 120 countries to create positive and sustainable change in the lives of poor and marginalized people.
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