Artemisa, Cuba - The Cuban Women Organization, FMC, in the province of Artemisa, which was highlighted in the national emulation for its 59th Anniversary, develops a program of activities for August 23.
Artemisa, Cuba - During the last three years, the number of young women workers in San Antonio de los Baños has increased. More than 300 young girls work in social and economic sectors in the territory. Currently in the municipality, a part of the young population works in the Agriculture, Economy, Public Health and Education sector, as well as in Commerce, Gastronomy and non-state forms of employment.
Artemisa, Cuba - The Minister of Education, Ena Elsa Velázquez Cobiella, presided, on Wednesday, a working meeting on the preparations for the upcoming school year in Artemisa, where she urged to integrate more students to the pedagogical careers.
Artemisa, Cuba - The inhabitants of the young province of Artemisa pay tribute to the eternal Commander in Chief, Fidel Castro Ruz, with the inauguration of an exhibition that gathers moments lived by the leader in his usual tours of the territory.
Artemisa, Cuba - The Council of the Municipal Administration (CAM) of Caimito in compliance with Resolution No. 302/2019 of the Ministry of Finance and Prices (MFP) agreed to regulate prices for the sale of agricultural products and public transport services that are offered by Self-Employed Workers (TCP), as explained Arelis Andarcio, Chief of the Secretariat of that governing body in the territory.
Fidel’s authority and his close relationship with the people were key to the country’s heroic resistance during the dramatic years of the Special Period…
When summer arrives, a human force is responsible for the enjoyment of those who take advantage of this season to rest. Many people get involved in long working hours so that everyone has a happy summer. Then they appear, those that are often forgotten; however they are important pillars in the sociocultural development of this summer stage in Cuba.Read More
Bartolomé Maximiliano Moré Gutiérrez (Benny Moré) was one of the most transcendental Cuban musicians. He was born in the Pueblo Nuevo neighborhood in Santa Isabel de Las Lajas, in the former province of Las Villas, currently the province of Cienfuegos in central Cuba. He was the oldest of 18 brothers, from a humble and peasant Afro-Cuban family. Bartholomew learned to play the guitar during his childhood. According to the testimony of his mother, Virginia Moré, he manufactured his first instrument with a board and a spool of thread at the age of six. He left school when he was very young, to devote himself to the work of the field.Read More
The Museum of Humor in San Antonio de los Baños is one of the institutions of the municipality that adds several activities to the cultural program of the summer of 2019 in the Ariguanabo to make people laugh and reflect.Read More