Cuba Adult Literacy Rate is at 99.71%, compared to last year. This is higher than the long term average of 99.28%.
The Cuban Literacy Campaign (Spanish: Campaña Nacional de Alfabetización en Cuba) was an eight-month long effort to abolish illiteracy in Cuba after the Cuban Revolution. It began in April 1961 and ended on December 22, 1961, successfully raising Cuba's literacy rate to nearly one-hundred percent.
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Mar 30, 2017 · A literacy program developed in Cuba is quietly spreading adult education in more than 30 countries. This week, it was reported that the program—known as “Yo, sí puedo” or “Yes, I can Author: Neha Thirani Bagri.