Using a Cuban literacy program in an Indigenous Australian community

Chala (front right) at the graduation of the first intake of students

Local dancers, Wilcannia, May 2012

The Australia–Cuba Friendship Society (Brisbane)
invites you to a very special event,

Using the Cuban Literacy Program “Yo, Si Puedo” in an Indigenous community at Wilcannia.
Come and hear the results of this remarkable pilot project conducted earlier this year by a visiting Cuban literacy advisor, Associate Professor José Chala Leblanch

“The most striking achievement to date has been the extent to which members of the Wilcannia community have taken ownership of the campaign.”

José Chala is a lecturer at Cuba’s largest teacher training university, the University of Pedagogical Sciences ‘Enrique José Varona’.

Monday September 10
6.30 p.m.
Room C level 2
Qld Council of Unions
16 Peel St, South Brisbane
www.acfs-brisbane.org.au

Flyer_YesICan_Brisbane_050812.pdf

2 thoughts on “Using a Cuban literacy program in an Indigenous Australian community

  1. Where can we find details of the content of this successful program?
    It is worth copying.

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