Haiti adopting Dominican literacy plan Quisqueya Aprende Contigo
Here is a picture of a Haitian delegation in the Dominican Republic as they are interested in adopting Dominican literacy plan Quisqueya Aprende Contigo.
On Thursday, July 21, 2016, Paula Brutus, the Haitian Secretary of State for Literacy Plan, accompanied by 7 Haitian experts visited the Dominican Republic to meet the Dominican Directorate General of Special Programs. The Haitian delegation team expressed Haiti's interest in Dominican government's national literacy plan, "Quisqueya Aprende Contigo". They expressed their interest to adopt that as a role model for eradicating literacy of people over 15 years. "Quisqueya Aprende Contigo" aims at all young and adult illiterates; it has been taken over by the Dominican government, under the leadership of President of the Republic, Danilo Medina. It includes three social programs that composes, "Quisqueya Aprende Contigo", "Quisqueya Empieza Contigo" and "Todos Somos Quisqueya". MS. Paula has admitted that Haiti alone cannot tackle its illiteracy problem; with the feedbacks received from the Dominican government. Haiti will move forward to implement the program for illiterate people aged between 16 and 50 years, during the years 2016-- 2021.