Cuba is training 325 students from nine different countries, including Angola, Chad, Congo and Ghana, in technology and health studies at the Faculty of Technology and Health (FATESA) educational center in Havana, Prensa Latina reports.
The rest of the students are from Belize, Ecuador, Palestine, Mexico, and Syria.
The training is part of the 3rd International Conference on Technology and Health which is being held in Havana until Friday, 31 March.
The students are said to be undergoing training in Rehabilitation, Imaging and Medical Radio Physics, Optometry and Optics, Nutrition, Clinical Bio-Analysis, Health Information Systems, Hygiene, and Epidemiology.
FATESA was created to train professionals in health technologies. According to FATESA dean Humberto Rodríguez, 37,000 students are said to have graduated from the centre.
Cover Image Credit: El Capitolio Havana, Cuba | Wikimedia Commons
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