UN Salutes Cuba’s Policies for Children
HAVANA TIMES, July 13 — UNICEF representative in Cuba Juan José Ortiz recognized the island’s policy for children on Monday. Despite the blockade, of barely being a developing economy, and of the crisis, there isn’t a single child that is not fully cared for, pointed out Ortiz when speaking at the ninth International Congress of Initial and Preschool Education, being held in the capital of the Caribbean country, reported IPS.
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Whatever the failings of the Revolution — this is one revolutionary socialist promise, inherent or explicit, which has been kept.
There is something wonderful about the value of a child in Cuba. Living conditions and full quantity of food may not be the best, but, there is still so much that is good.
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