Sixteen includes now a new section with videos aimed at sharing stories of young women and men working on the frontlines against the pandemic. https://sixteens.fr/videos-media/
We start this new section with videos sent by young scientists and environmental activists who represent the Cuban chapter of the Caribbean Youth Network on Climate Change, launched at the Second UNESCO Science School for the Caribbean, last December in Havana, Cuba.
They are actively engaged now in a wide scope of activities in national programmes to fight the COVID-19, from working long hours in labs, assisting in epidemiological community tasks, supporting services of health care centers, running the information networks, and assisting in food production.
Lázaro Márquez (Cuba), Coordinator of the National Biosphere Reserve of Guanahacabibes (Western Cuba), and member of the Caribbean Youth Network on Climate Change, shares his experiences about fighting the COVID-19 (29 April 2020)
Yanelis Peña Guerra (Cuba), National Coordinator of the Cuban Network og Young Environmentalists and member of the Caribbean Youth Network on Climate Change, shares his experiences about fighting the COVID-19 (30 April 2020)
Luis David Almeida, General Coordinator of the project ‘Manglar Vivo’ (live Mangrove), Jessica Pedraza Azúa, Chief of the Department of Informatics of the Ministry of Technology, Science and the Environment (CITMA) and Liana Aguilera Ramírez, member of the Caribbean Youth Network on Climate Change, share their experiences about fighting the COVID-19 (28 April 2020)