In February, 2018, three dedicated volunteers pioneered new territory in Cuba. Our volunteers visited our new friend, Pastor Leandro, in Baitiquiri, Guantanamo, Cuba. This poor community, in the poorest state of Cuba, not far from the U. S. Guantanamo prison, has no access to clean drinking water. After four great days of hospitality and church services, Agua Viva committed to our new friends to return one day to install a water purification system. Baitiquiri is not far from the deepest part of the ocean in the Caribbean, the Yucatán Straits. Cuba has many interesting challenges: two currencies, complex government restrictions, and one of the most diverse cultures in the Americas.
Cuba Operating Partner: Iglesia Unidad Metodista Location: Baitiquiri, Guantanamo, Cuba Approximate price: $2,200.00 Leaders: Dale Wilson, Dale Bain Honduras MARCH 2, 2019 THROUGH MARCH 9, 2019 Operating Partner: Telanga Orphanage Location: Ojo de Agua Approximate Volunteer Cost: $1,800.00 Leaders: David Watts, Steve Wagner Guatemala MAY 18, 2019 THROUGH MAY 25, 2019 Operating Partner: Iglesia Monte Sinai Presbyterian Location: Nimasac, San […]Read More
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 […]Read More