In Cuba, menstrual cups are still “strange”. Despite the proven benefits financially, environmentally, and for the female body. Read why…
The economic crisis and shortages, aggravated by COVID-19, have had a significant impact on women’s lives: their intimate hygiene.
Our Sunday humor supplement Xel2 reflected the occurrences in its illustrations – sometimes in a humorous way, and others very seriously.
On November 30th, several hundred Cubans left Paramaribo city to go to South Drain, on the western border between Suriname and Guyana.
Con nuestros propios esfuerzos (With our own effort) – was published in 1992. It compiles Cuban survival inventions after the USSR collapsed.
Bartering on Telegram to navigate Cuba’s shortages. “It’s like going back to the Stone Age… but it’s solved quite a few problems.”
Yiset Lorenzo left Havana for Georgetown on Tuesday March 10th. It was the first time that she had flown abroad, but it didn’t turn out as planned.
“Government authorities recognized their resistance to change when it comes to forming partnerships with the self-employed at a local level.”
By Glenda Boza Ibarra (El Toque) HAVANA TIMES – A donkey wanders through the city. He knocks on doors with
Something has changed in Cuba ever since mobile data packages became available to the population in December 2018.