They share information on social media every minute: the Association of the Community of Cuban Residents in Angola (ACCRA) has much of the coordination, informing what is needed, syringes, facemasks, gowns, face shields, nitrile gloves, clarifying doubts, and putting people in contact from the most remote places of this African nation.
The texts are written in Spanish and Portuguese languages, because little by little Angolan citizens in solidarity with Cuba learned about the initiative and also decided to cooperate, included entities such as the Red Cross.
In recent days, a website was put at the service of those activists to store and classify cargo in Luanda province.
Margarita Arozarena, from the ACCRA leadership, told Prensa Latina that the work to classify and organize the products began this Tuesday, with the help of the Red Cross.
Cuban doctors, nurses, health technicians, teachers, builders and other professionals, who are working in Angola as collaborators, also started the solidarity contribution for their compatriots, from each of Angola’s 18 provinces.