"To allocate from 2020 to 2023 from the federal budget up to 10 million dollars to the United Nations World Food Programme to finance the expenses related to the implementation of projects for the development of sustained school nutrition systems in Nicaragua and Cuba," the official disposition said.
Cuba and Nicaragua would receive up to two million dollars in 2020 and 2023, as well as three million in 2021 and 2021.
The countries receiving the donation would also implement a preventive strategy against climate change impact on agriculture, as well as to face the pandemic and blockade harm on the economy.
Because healthcare shelter food and education are guaranteed as a result of Cuba's socialist democracy. Therefore they have a surplus of doctors and are even able to send doctors all over the world to assist other countries with COVID. the us has a shortage of doctors. pic.twitter.com/WE5G4CwV0s