Bolivia Extols Cuban Teachers Work

La Paz, Feb 24 (Prensa Latina) Cuban Ambassador to Bolivia Rafael Dausa highlighted on Wednesday the work carried out by Cuban teachers in Bolivia, as part of a post-literacy campaign program.

  In a ceremony at La Paz-based Jose Marti Square to mark the 115th anniversary of a Cuban pro-independence uprising known as Grito de Baire (Shout of Baire), Dausa said that the work carried out by Cuban teachers is also the fruit of the principles of solidarity of the Cuban Revolution, which contributed to declare Bolivia an illiteracy-free country in 2008.

This achievement and the plans to continue consolidating the knowledge of the Bolivian people is also a triumph of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America (ALBA), including a joint internationalist effort by Bolivians, Cubans and Venezuelans, recalled the Cuban diplomat.

National Director of the Post-Literacy Campaign Benito Ayma announced the opening of a national workshop to discuss thoroughly the goals of this program expected to reach more than one million poor people.

Source: Prensa Latina

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