Trip to Cuba for educational agreements

During the visit to Cuba, the president of Netmaps signed an agreement with the Ministry of Education of the Cuban Government (Mined) to create a World Map (30,000 copies) for distribution in the country’s educational centers at the beginning of the next school year. They also agreed to create an informative booklet as a Pedagogical Guide for the Country’s Teachers, and to provide technical training for the personnel of the state-owned company Geocuba, which is dedicated to digital and educational cartography in Cuba. Netmaps, among other things, “promotes the dissemination and promotion of cartography in various countries around the world”. Currently, they are working on projects in countries in the Americas, such as Cuba, and in Asia. In the initial stage, Netmaps is working to provide School Wall Maps for free for the most needed countries, mainly of the country or the world, with the official place names and characters of each. The Wall Maps are distributed in schools and are subsidized by Netmaps in collaboration with Spanish companies present in those countries.
“Netmaps Signs Agreement with Cuban Ministry of Education to Create World Map for Educational Centers”

Netmaps, a leading provider of educational maps and cartographic materials, has recently made a significant stride in promoting the dissemination and promotion of cartography by signing an agreement with the Ministry of Education of the Cuban Government (Mined). This agreement paves the way for the creation and distribution of a World Map, with 30,000 copies slated for delivery to educational centers across Cuba at the beginning of the upcoming school year.

The president of Netmaps expressed his excitement about the partnership, highlighting the company’s commitment to supporting educational initiatives around the world. “We are thrilled to collaborate with the Ministry of Education in Cuba to provide valuable educational resources to students and teachers,” he stated. “At Netmaps, we believe in the power of cartography to inspire curiosity and learning, and we are dedicated to making high-quality maps accessible to educational institutions globally.”

In addition to the World Map distribution, the agreement also includes the development of an informative booklet serving as a Pedagogical Guide for the country’s teachers. This resource aims to provide educators with valuable tools and insights for incorporating the World Map into their lessons, enriching students’ learning experiences through the study of geography and global cultures.

Furthermore, Netmaps has committed to providing technical training for the personnel of Geocuba, a state-owned company specializing in digital and educational cartography. By sharing expertise and knowledge, Netmaps hopes to enhance the capabilities of Geocuba in producing and utilizing cartographic materials, ultimately benefiting the educational landscape in Cuba.

Netmaps’ efforts in Cuba are part of its broader mission to promote the dissemination of cartography in various countries worldwide. As the company continues to work on projects in the Americas, including initiatives in Cuba, as well as in Asia, it remains dedicated to providing valuable educational resources to schools and communities in need.

Notably, in its initial stage, Netmaps is focusing on providing School Wall Maps for free to countries with the greatest need, ensuring that students have access to accurate and informative cartographic materials. These Wall Maps, featuring official place names and characters, are distributed in schools and are subsidized by Netmaps in collaboration with Spanish companies present in those countries.

By partnering with educational institutions and organizations, Netmaps aims to foster a greater understanding of the world through the study of maps, geography, and global cultures. The recent agreement with the Ministry of Education in Cuba represents a significant step forward in this mission, and Netmaps looks forward to continuing its efforts to support education and promote cartography in Cuba and beyond.

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