500 kilos of medical supplies, powdered milk, and materials for the Culture House of the “Soñarte” project in Cotorroin, Havana, is the donation that the members of the Hormigas Solidarias project will transfer to Cuba on February 7.
The official media He elaborated that “the medical material will be delivered to the following hospital centers: the Institute of Endocrinology, the Institute of Nephrology, the Institute of Neurology, the Institute of Oncology, the Institute of Hematology and Immunology, Pando Ferrer Hospital, Albarrán Hospital, the Psychiatry Service of the October 10 Mental Health Center, the Psychiatry Service of Frank Paris Hospital, and the “Ciro Redondo Hospital of Artemis.”.
The Hormigas Solidarias project, based in Asturias, promotes Cuban immigration to Spain and is supported by the Federation of Associations of Cuban Resident in Spain José Martí (FACRE).
Bárbara Marín Prada, president of FACRE, stated the Cubainformation, who thanks “the support of the Cuban consulates general in Santiago de Compostela and Madrid, and our Embassy in Spain, as well as the airline that will cooperate in this transfer. the contribution of the First of February Movement of Solidarity with Cuba, which, from Asturias, organizes excellent work, and all the associations of Cuban residents in Spain who cooperate in the economy, have given their contribution since the Nation and Emigration event itself, held in November 2023 in Havana.
“The method of delivery is that of solidarity ants, tourists and visitors to the island, sometimes Cuban migrants themselves on a family trip, who cooperate by carrying the aid materials in their luggage,” he said.
The donation takes place during a comprehensive breakdown of Cuba’s health system, marked by shortages of medicines and medical supplies.
Recently, among many other cases, the two women who have been waiting months for liver transplants have urgently needed them. The hospitals where they were admitted said they lacked the necessary materials and staff to perform the operations. Donations like those from “Solidarity Ants” are essential to saving the lives of the little ones, but in a health system marked by corruption, bureaucracy, and inefficiency, it is difficult for them to achieve this.