A brigade of Cuban teachers In Honduras

A brigade of Cuban teachers arrived Tuesday in Honduras as part of a collaboration agreement between the educational institutions of that Central American nation and the Caribbean Island.

Made up of 123 educators, the team will help fight illiteracy there, through the Cuban method Yes I Can a program that has taught millions of people in some 30 countries to read and write.

Former president and current presidential advisor, Manuel Zelaya, the Minister of Education of Honduras, Daniel Esponda, and the Cuban Vice Minister of that portfolio, Eugenio González welcomed the teachers . Zelaya highlighted Cuba’s solidarity despite being subjected to a six-decade-long blockade by the United States.

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