Not to be trite, but shoot as much footage as you possibly can in Cuba. Everything is a story there.
You might also focus on the actual content of the Cuban medical school curriculum. How is it that they spend MUCH less than we do on health care, yet often achieve better outcomes (such as an infant mortality rate that is 20% lower than ours).
How can they achieve better results than us at a fraction of the cost?
Is it possible that the curriculum itself is superior to ours?
Of course it is. Some portions of their medical school curriculum do indeed surpass ours.
Take infant mortality. Why is Cuba's infant mortality rate much lower than the USA?
Because they figured out that miscarriages are tightly correlated with missed prenatal appointments.
When a pregnant woman misses a prenatal appointment, some major stressor is probably occurring. So in Cuba, the day after any prenatal appointment is missed her doctor makes a house call to her at her home the very next day. Is anything wrong? Anything we can do to help? How is everything my love kind of a thing.
THIS is what they teach in medical school. We are less intelligent than that in the USA and that stupidity kills our babies unnecessarily. So we tighten the embargo?
Same with cardiac care. Cuban women now have a longer life expectancy than USA women, but the men are currently about 1.4 years behind.
So four years ago they figured out that the major difference causing Cuban men to die slightly earlier than their USA counterparts was that in Oriente and Camaguey (mostly) and rural areas generally male mortality was too high the first 48 hours after a heart attack.
It was taking Cuban men living in the countryside too long to be treated for myocardial infarction.
So they installed a series of "first responder" satellite health care clinics (about 45 of them) throughout the country close to the most remote regions. These satellite clinics specialize in immediate administration of clot blockers and the like during those critical first hours after a heart attack.
The benefits of TOP DOWN planning. Duh.
Now the gap is closing and it is clear to us that within a few years, Cuban men will also outlive men in the USA. At a tiny fraction of the cost.
So you might try actually exploring what is in the Cuban medical school curriculum and why they are more intelligent than their USA counterparts. There are numerous other examples that demonstrate that in many respects a Cuban medical school education is superior to one in the USA.
And they have the stats to prove it.