The presidency shared some images of this journey through his Twitter account, during which the president ‘appreciates and evaluates the support that the community receives to improve the quality of life of its population.’
‘The Quisicuaba religious institution is based in Los Sitios, based in a building with heritage values that for more than 25 years have formed local projects with a socio-cultural impact on the community and which currently groups 29 social works,’ said the President.
In addition, the head of state visited the community dining room that provides free services to people vulnerable to the Covid-19 pandemic, incorporating messaging services.
‘President Díaz-Canel signed the Guest Book where he praised the altruistic work carried out from this human socio-cultural project to and from the community,’ added the tweet.
During his stay ‘the population responded to him and accompanied him with enthusiasm and a very Cuban conga,’ published the Presidency.
The Cabildo Quisicuaba Sociocultural Project seeks to strengthen the responsible participation of the community in aspects related to health, education, self-responsibility, values and identity.
In addition, it promotes the cultural and historical heritage of the community of the sites.
This visit is part of the tours and exchanges of the leadership of the country with residents of vulnerable communities to learn about the social work that is carried out in each of these places.