A fruitful and enjoyable exchange held the general secretary of the Federation of Cuban Women (FMC) in the country, Teresa Amarelle Boue, with members of that organization in Varadero. Teresa, who is also a member of the Central Committee of the Cuban Communist Party said that FMC has a vital role in our society since federated women care about the community when supporting the elderly people that live alone, children who do not do their homework and when doing prophylactic work to avoid promiscuity and pregnancy in youngters.
Women grouped in the base delegations referred to the work done within the family aimed at preventing HIV disease AIDS and other infections, and with the Committees for the Defense of the Revolution (CDR) join efforts to make quarter-debates to inform the public about the consequences of drug use.
Teresa Amarellle called federated women from Matanzas to work tirelessly on every block to eradicate outbreaks of dangerous Aedes aegypti mosquito that causes dengue and SIKA. The commitment of the people, he said, is to keep Matanzas and all the evil vector Free Cuba.