Agua Viva is, once again, pioneering new territory. On February 15, 2018, Dale Wilson, Jim Allen, and Mario Mejia will be heading out into the unknown to perform a site investigation in Baitquiri, Cuba. Baitquiri is a very small and very poor community on the far southeast corner of Cuba. This village is in the State of Guantanamo; one of the most under-developed areas of Cuba.
Agua Viva has a new friend there named Pastor Leandro Miguel Perez Ramirez and we will be performing site investigations at a few different sites. One site is a new “church plant” for the Methodist Church nearby.
This will be Agua Viva’s first installation in Cuba. Agua Viva is already installing systems in Guatemala, Honduras, Ecuador, and Tanzania.