Cuba’s Henry Reeve International Brigade Deserves The Nobel Peace Prize
Henry Reeve International Brigade has been nominated for the #NobelPeacePrize for their humanitarian work across the globe. The goal of the Henry Reeve Brigade (with over 4,000 highly specialized medical personnel) is to send humanitarian missions anywhere in the world where there is a natural disaster or epidemic.
After the devastating 2005 earthquake they helped Pakistan. Cuban doctors were the first to arrive and their heroism across the globe should be recognized. Last week, Pakistan’s former Ambassador to Cuba Kamran Shafi, Editor of The News Aamir Ghauri & Dr Sumaira Farman Raja joined me to recount their services. Please watch this video and share.
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Selflessness, solidarity and working for the common good characterize what the Nobel Peace Prize should be about. These traits aptly describe Cuba’s Henry Reeve International Medical Brigade, which has saved over 80,000 lives since 2005 and has been fighting COVID-19 in 27 countries. Join us in asking the Nobel Committee to award Cuba’s Henry Reeve International Medical Brigade a Nobel Peace Prize!