Havana, Cuba, Sep 21.- Some 450 physicians graduated in Cuba presently contribute to a strategy aimed at perfecting the health system in Nicaragua, in coordination with authorities of this sector.
Health Minister Sonia Castro highlighted that these youngsters were trained in a model of community health care, in prevention work, which adapts 100% to the programs of the government of Daniel Ortega, the Prensa Latina news agency reported on Friday.
Castro and Youth Minister Bosco Castillo presided over a meeting with professionals graduated from Havana’s Latin American Medical School, which has affiliate institutions in several Latin American countries, with the purpose of coordinating actions favorable to the improvement of the quality of health in this territory.
During the meeting, under way at the National University of Engineering, Bosco recalled that, so far, 930 youngsters of scant economic resources have graduated as physicians in Cuba alter being selected starting from 2007 by the government of Nicaragua to carry out these studies.(ACN)
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