Cooperation potentials with Cuba. Projection of Cuba-Japan triangular experiences in Sub-Saharan Africa in the education sector and capacity building.
The experiences and projections of Japan and Cuba in cooperation with sub-Saharan Africa, especially in the field of education and capacity building, provide arguments from which it is possible to identify strengths and limitations of various cooperation undertakings, especially in the field of triangular cooperation. Japan has much to contribute on this type of experience and Cuba has much to learn in this regard. However, there are number of examples that point to Cuba’s relevance in international cooperation in areas such as health, education, biopharmaceuticals and biotechnology, which represent high potential for capacity building and the promotion of endogenous development. Therefore, it is possible to identify a series of potentialities for the advancement of this type of undertakings between Cuba and Japan in the region.
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