Che’s Daughter Stresses Solidarity of Cuban Medical Missions

JSC: Jamaicans in Solidarity with Cuba

Buenos Aires

aleida 2Cuban medical missions work all over the world under the premise that solidarity is not to give what is left over but to provide what others need, said in this capital Dr. Aleida Guevara March.

Che’s daughter, who visited Argentina  to support the Operación Milagro (Operation Miracle) program that has restored sight to about 48,000 Argentines since 2005, highlighting in particular the departure of specialists to Africa to fight the deadly Ebola virus.

Cuban President Raul Castro Ruz, saw off Wednesday night 165 health professionals, who travelled to Sierra Leone to be part of the global fight against Ebola.

The contingent is made up 62 doctors and 103 nurses, all experienced severe natural disasters and epidemics.

It is our duty, we are Afro-Latin Americans

This is what we are used to do, replied the doctor when Prensa Latina asked her opinion on this new solidarity aid.


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