Monday, November 6, 2017
Havana.- Cuba has strengthened its mechanisms of cooperation with the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).
That way, Cuba has 12 UNESCO chairs in local universities and cultural institutions and 76 centers are members of the network of associated schools of that UN agency.
Moreover, Cuba has six sites that were designated Biosphere Reserves and nine sites that were registered in the list of Humankind's World Heritage.
Two Cuban cultural expressions were registered in the list of Intangible Heritage and three were included in the World Memory Program.
Cuba has 206 scientific, technological and innovative institutions, and the work force in that sector is increasing.