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The "Yes, I can" program was launched in 2001 and currently has 20 updates, including versions for people with disabilities.
Cuba's Education Ministry (MINED) official Eva Escalona Wednesday reported that the "Yes, I can" Cuban-developed teaching tool has put over 10 million people out of illiteracy in 30 countries since its creation in 2001.
The teaching program is divided into three different stages, including a consolidation phase. Currently, 290 Cuban professionals assist 13 countries in different educational levels.
In 2006, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) awarded LACPI the King Sejong Literacy Prize for its contribution to the teaching of reading and writing worldwide.
Pedagogical Sciences doctor Leonela Relys officially launched the "Yes, I can" method on March 28, 2001, highlighting that it was designed for different social and linguistic realities.