Tessa Matson
United States

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Honorable Delegates, the Republic of Cuba is determined to put forward its views and to contribute to the arrangements needed to neutralize the potential threat represented by illiteracy. Cuba, as all other governments present, is very alarmed by the threat that many underdeveloped countries are not receiving the help they need. It is, it feels, of a great importance that an appropriate response to possible risks be organized so as to effectively eliminate future illiteracy problems.

To start, Cuba feels that the term, “Analphebetism,” should be accurately defined. Officially analphabetism is the inability to read and write, another word for it is illiterate. Some actions to end illiteracy include The...