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68166 QUEEN OF CORONA SURVEILLANCE

68166 QUEEN OF CORONA SURVEILLANCE

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MY PERSONAL SURVEILLANCE PROGRAM HIDDEN AWAY UNDER A VARIETY OF PROGRAM !!GOOD GOING.
MY PERSONAL SURVEILLANCE PROGRAM HIDDEN AWAY UNDER A VARIETY OF PROGRAM !!GOOD GOING.

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Cubans abroad are already at the forefront of efforts to meet the
humanitarian needs of the Cuban people ─ doing from abroad what the
Castro regime will not do for its own people at home. Cubans around the
world have sacrificed to provide support to the families of victims of
political repression, as well as to aid religious and other independent
organizations in distributing critical food and medical assistance across the
island.

The Castro regime’s neglect of the needs of its people has been so
severe for so long, that ameliorating the pent up, unmet needs of the Cuban
people will be vital to the success of the Cuban Transition Government in
holding elections. Therefore, the Cuban community abroad could play a
vital role in providing humanitarian assistance, as well as assisting the U.S.
Government and international organizations in similar assistance to the
Cuban Transition Government and directly to the Cuban people.

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Health and Nutrition

Americans in general and Cuban organizations, in particular, could
provide trained doctors and nurses, who are native Spanish speakers and
experienced in disaster relief, to provide immediate support to Cuba’s
increasingly fragile and depleted health-care system at the time of transition.
Other Cuban organizations abroad have already established networks
throughout Cuba of independent Cuban citizens, including doctors and
nurses, who serve the communities in which they live. These established
grass-roots networks could be strengthened at the time of transition to help
meet the health needs of the Cuban people. Cubans abroad could begin now
to train in detection of acute health problems that require medical assistance
and to deliver preventive health messages to vulnerable groups.

Food Security, Water, and Sanitation

Currently, assistance from Cubans abroad is critical in order to
prevent food insecurity and supplement the meager rations provided by the
Castro regime. Under the Cuban Transition Government, such assistance
from Cubans abroad will be all the more necessary to secure a successful
transition. Cubans abroad have expertise in the food-security sector and
their knowledge should be collectively and effectively utilized to assist this
transition. Similarly, Cubans abroad with technical knowledge in water and
sanitation could be a tremendous asset to assist a Transition Cuban
Government if assistance is needed.

Education

Keeping a functioning school system through the transition period
will very likely be a high priority for the Cuban Transition Government. As
appropriate, transition authorities could invite Cuban teachers and school
administrators from abroad to volunteer to work in support of Cuban
teachers as the Cuban Transition Government staffs and manages its primary
and secondary school systems during the transition.

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