Attractive and ecologically functional dunes in the Jardines del Rey, an archipelago on Cuba's north coast, are being monitored and controlled since this is one of the island's main tourist areas, with some 3,600 rooms distributed between 12 hotels.
This study paves the way for future inquiries on the dynamics and interaction of aquatic animals with temperature, rocks, salinity, pressure, and constructive elements introduced by man in Long Lagoon. Read More
The Computer and Electronics Youth Clubs of Ciego de Ávila increased their services with the inauguration of a digital library. The new facility provides the users with free access to more than 4,800 volumes. Read More
The different levels of arts teaching in Ciego de Ávila will be benefit with the incorporation of 168 new teachers. They come from the Manuel Suarez and Nicolás Guillén schools, respectively located in Ciego and Camgüey provinces. Read More
The Computer and Electronics Youth Clubs of Ciego de Ávila increased their services with the inauguration of a digital library. The new facility provides the users with free access to more than 4 800 volumes. Read More
For the fourth consecutive year Cuba will receive more than two million foreign tourists in 2007, which reflects the growing preference for the Cuban tourist product in the international market. Read More
The sport teaching system in Ciego de Ávila province, besides allowing for the integral and free shaping of 3 372 student-athletes and improving the material conditions for the healthy practice of exercises, perfects its sport schools Read More
Cuban antioxidant supplement Vimang is being used in clinical trials on diseases such as asthma, HIV/AIDS, diabetes and dermatitis and the elderly, to improve their quality of life reduce their consumption of medications Read More