South Africa Highlights Cuba Collaboration in Public Health

Sudáfrica Destaca Cuba Colaboración en Salud Pública

South Africa lacks about 20,000 health specialists in the public sector, shortage it tries to counteract through the contribution of the medical cooperation program with Cuba.

An article in the Sowetan newspaper quoted Professor Yusuf Veriava, from the ministerial committee of academic review of medical collaboration Nelson Mandela-Fidel Castro, who explained that through the agreement ‘are sent South Africans to Cuba for medical training’.

And in turn -he emphasized- ‘Cuban doctors counterparts’ travel to the African nation to serve in the public sector.

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