Henry Reeve Brigade
Cuba’s medical brigades in Africa embody a long tradition of solidarity

From medical to military, agricultural, educational, cultural support and more, the Cuban footprint in Africa dates back to the national struggles against colonialism. The work of the Henry Reeve Brigade is a continuation of this tradition

Lula and other international personalities join call to give Nobel Peace Prize to Cuban doctors

Among those supporting the call are Dilma Rousseff, Frei Betto, Leonardo Boff and US actors Danny Glover and Mark Ruffalo

Cuban doctors leave for Azerbaijan Cuban doctors land in Azerbaijan to help fight COVID-19

Over 100 medical professionals from the Henry Reeve Brigade arrived in Azerbaijan on Monday. The brigade, founded by Fidel Castro in 2005, has worked in more than 25 countries during the COVID-19 pandemic

Why should Cuban doctors receive the Nobel Peace Prize?

Medea Benjamin of CODEPINK discusses the campaign to award the Nobel Peace Prize to Cuba’s Henry Reeve medical brigade

Who deserves the Nobel Peace Prize in a time of pandemic?

The solidarity work of Cuban doctors is a decades-long effort in medical internationalism whose roots go to the Cuban Revolution of 1959

Interview - Young Communists -Italy “Our 10-year battle against austerity and neoliberalism was right”

Vincenzo Colaprice from Giovani Comunisti talks about the response of the Italian government to the COVID-19 crisis and the challenges in the coming period

[In Photos] Cuban physicians provide care to victims of Cyclone Idai in Mozambique

Over 7,000 people who were affected by the long-live storm have received free medical care from volunteers

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