An Aboriginal adult literacy course which has had success in Western NSW, is now coming to remote communities. The Literacy For Life Foundation is planning to run a course in the community of Ltyentye Apurte.
The course is based on a similar learning model developed in Cuba and has been used in many other countries to help disadvantaged groups improve their literacy skills.
CAAMA's Philippe Perez spoke to Wendy Smyth & Samantha Bell from the foundation who are currently looking to run surveys to kick off the program in the area later in the year.
Picture: (L-R) Samantha Bell and Wendy Smyth (credit: CAAMA / Philippe Perez)