According to the organization, this month it earmarked eight thousand euros for a joint initiative with the National Institute of Hydraulic Resources (INRH), a Cuban institution with which it maintains close ties.
For its part, the local CubaCoop committee of the Charente department highlighted the arrival in the western territory of two Cuban hydraulic engineers for a training period with the Semea company.
In another action of a local committee, the city of Lille announced the release following a request for nine thousand euros by the Metropolis Bureau for international solidarity in the water and sanitation sector.
The president of the association, Victor Fernandez, highlighted the initiatives of the Charente and Lille committees, for representing an example of the potential of working with local authorities and institutions to boost cooperation with Cuba.
In the middle of this month, CubaCoop will hold its general assembly, in which it will outline the road map for its work in the coming years.
Cuba’s ambassador to France, Otto Vaillant, thanked the association for its initiatives.