Attention to demographic dynamics evaluated in Guantánamo – Radio Guantánamo

Attention to demographic dynamics evaluated in Guantánamo – Radio Guantánamo
Attention to demographic dynamics evaluated in Guantánamo – Radio Guantánamo

For a correct implementation of the territorial plan to support Demographic Dynamics in Guantánamo, The homonymous Study Center attached to the University of Havana exchanged with representatives of various entities in the territoryresponsible for compliance with related policies.

By way of training, the doctor of sciences Antonio Aja Diaza member of the government commission at the country level for attention to demographic dynamics, warned about the absence in the territory of an institution that serves homeless people.

Such a claim is due to the national urgency of a concern for this vulnerable sector in the town, from a multidisciplinary perspectiveand then gradually reinsert them into their families, and in the event of their non-existence, the state should be ultimately responsible for their protection, he said.

Likewise, at the meeting held in the main government hall in the territory, the structural consolidation of a Demographic Observatory was urged with the leading participation of scientific centers, which verify the correct implementation of the national programs for the Advancement of Women and against him Racism as well as Racial Discriminationthe Policy for Comprehensive Care of children, adolescents and youthhe Family Codeamong other wishes.

For his part, the director of organization and information of the local government, Roidis Coello Márquez, highlighted the population decrease suffered by this province, about 2 thousand people per year, between the municipalities of Guantánamo, Niceto Pérez, El Salvador, Manuel Tames, Yateras and Baracoafundamentally, to which is added the constant aging variable, in Baracoa, Maisí and Guantánamo.

Another aspect that stood out in the training was the recognition of the province as one of the provinces with the highest fertility rate in Cuba, with more births than deaths and low levels of abortion and suicide, as well as obvious care for minors, with 40 daycare centers and an enrollment of 6,680 children, 26 children’s houses for 370 and a “educate your child program” which serves approximately 27,720 children.

Almost at the close of the exchange, attention was drawn to the low number of economically active population and the rate of local economic activity, in the first case, only 64.3% of the population and in the second, barely 200,850 inhabitantselements that also affect the productivity of emaciation, a consequence of the migrations that the territory suffers, among other categories.

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