ORT in Cuba

Operational Organisation

 

 CUBA

ORT activities in Cuba began in 1943, when a school was opened to provide educational support for newly-arrived refugees. The school closed at the end of the war but two years later ORT opened a vocational training centre which closed after the 1959 revolution.

ORT Cuba now hosts a range of programmes benefitting the country’s Jewish and non-Jewish citizens. They include the country’s first permanent Holocaust exhibition, a centre providing training and primary services for senior citizens, and a range of computer training, educational and cultural activities for young and old.

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school

1935

Since

graduates

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Support to Jewish and non-Jewish

650+

Students

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