Yo, sí puedo implemented in Argentine prisons

JSC: Jamaicans in Solidarity with Cuba

Guillermo Cabruja (left), alongside Cuban program advisor Angel Raimundo Alvárez Alonso, are taking the Yes, I can literacy method to prisons in Santa Fe, Argentina.Photo: Orlando Perera

The Cuban developed literacy method Yo, sí puedo (Yes, I can) is seeing positive results in Argentina, where it is being implemented in prisons; an initiative supported by the Multi-sectoral Solidarity with Cuba Organization in the city of Rosario, Santa Fe province.

Optimistic

Speaking to Granma International on a visit to Havana, the Director of the organization, agriculture sector worker Guillermo Cabruja, stated that he felt optimistic given the results obtained by facilitators who have imparted 65 classes, aided by text books and audiovisual…

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