It would therefore be fair and just to surmise that the Cuban Revolution has served to promote socialism and infrastructure development and these developments have allowed Cuban women access to independence and improvements that they were severely deprived off before the days of the Cuban Revolution. The Cuban revolution allowed women to take on a strong position of a situation through which they had been involved for a long time. They had been in the forefront of the operations of the country and had working in all sectors and industries of society. The Cuban revolution allowed them to acquire recognition for their services and allowed them to take a stand for rights of which they had been deprived for decades. In essence, the Cuban woman was being taken for granted and it was only after it that the role and relevance of the Cuban woman was truly recognized.