The municipal event for the 60th anniversary of the Cuban Women’s Federation (FMC) was held in the Contramaestre neighborhood of La Cuba. The relevant work within the organization brought this result to the demarcation.
During the activity, the distinction of August 23rd was given to Rosa Vilma Rodríguez Naranjo, as well as the 60th Anniversary stamps, to five women who stood out in the fight against Covid-19.
Eight labor centers were also recognized for their contribution to the FMC and the fight against the pandemic, including the Municipal Party, the Government and the Ramón Méndez Cabezón Polytechnic.
Three areas of work were in the vanguard: Los Negros, América and Lumumba, with blocks 11, 3, 10 and 2 of the latter being of particular note.
Maité Villa Ortega, Secretary of the FMC in Contramaestre, pronounced the central words of the act to remember that with the triumph of the Cuban Revolution on January 1, 1959, the yearning of the Cuban women arrived and all their organizations were united in the current federation on August 23, 1960.
“Today our organization brings together more than 4 million women, who enjoy all the rights for their development as human beings and as agents of transformation of society, who, whether as housewives or professionals, play an active role in the communities and society in general.