Education is one of the most influential factors in the later development of infants. Achieving a healthy and reliable space for the growth of both parents and children has become a recurring challenge in Cuba’s non-state run daycare centers.

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When it comes to in-house manufacturing, each company weights its pros and cons although flexibility, quick response to the market and customization stand out as some of the main advantages for customers. In a society like ours, we need people willing to manufacture and to dream.

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Following the creation of the Registry of Independent Film and Audiovisual Creators, many independent producers in Cuba have been recognized by state institutions. Such is the case of i4films, a film production company that in just two years has 100 projects to its name.

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During the last year, along with the effects of COVID-19, Cuban self-employed workers have had to face circumstances as diverse as the worsening of the U.S. blockade, the elimination of the dual currency system, and the expansion of authorized economic activities for the private sector.

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With the expansion of the Internet in Cuba, not only did the use of social networking sites grow. At the same time, the development of national alternatives in terms of mobile applications and services also increased, most of them as a version of the already existing “popular” ones, to provide solutions to specific issues.

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Innovation, entrepreneurship and science are three essential concepts in the search for a cure against COVID-19 in Cuba. Which is why it is one of the leading countries in developing vaccine candidates and applying health protocols and effective treatments.

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