Unlike the Sahrawi children cited in Chapter 4, who have long dreamt of travelling to Cuba to become doctors,1 most of the Cuban-educated Palestinians interviewed in their home-camps in Lebanon reflected that they had not chosen to travel to Cuba to pursue their studies. As noted by Ahmed and Mohammed, having completed their primary and secondary level educations at camp-based schools run by UNRWA and/or the PLO, or at subsidised Lebanese schools, their original preference had reportedly been to complete their university degrees in Lebanon.2