The Vietnam-Cuba Project has been developed since 2014 in Las Tunas, with the aim of ensuring that the province reaches agricultural yields of more than six tons of rice per hectare by the year 2030.
The in situ production of building materials and the conditioning of the areas for the different construction works are some of the actions that are already noticed in the site where the largest Las Tunas housing pole is built.
The 25 de Diciembre food processing plant, in Sandino, Puerto Padre, entered more than 90 thousand pesos between May and recent days, by concept of jams, vinegar and other products , which complies with the planned, despite being immersed in a constructive process.
Do the inhabitants of Las Tunas know that they live in one of the regions of Cuba most affected by climate change? Do they know that some 92 square kilometers of the Balcony of Eastern Cuba will have been submerged by the elevation of the middle level of the oceans in the not so distant 2050, affecting nine communities and more than 400 people?