UNITED SERVANTS ABROAD is extending our hearts and hands to our Cuban brothers and sisters during their food shortage
What is Project C21 ?
Project Cuba 2021 (C21) consists of a conscious effort to extend our hands and hearts to our Cuban brothers and sisters during a time of desperate need.
The Cuban population is currently experiencing extremely challenging times. The most basic necessities that we often take for granted are in short supply. On the other hand the challenging times have ignited an evangelical revolution which creates an opportunity for PROJECT C21 toempower the local churches to spread the Word of God.
PROJECTC21 seeks to serve as a vessel and instrument to support growth in the local churches while supplying sustainable solutions to offset some of the challenges that the Cuban population is struggling with today.
What are the current challenges the Cuban population is struggling with today?
* Lack of Clean Potable Water
*. Shortage of Food
*. Lack of Resources
* High Increase in Cost of Living
* Covid 19
Truly I tell you, what ever you did to the least of these brothers or sisters of mine, you did for me.- Matt.25-40
To help with the immediate needs, United Servants Abroad will be shipping 88,000 pounds of rice to the Cuban churches for distribution to the most needy.
United Servants Abroad's dedication to assist the Cuban churches for the last 8 years has resulted in identifying the following areas of ministry;
Funding support to purchase equipment required to install greenhouses and initiate several sustainable farm projects. This includes water pumps and irrigation systems milling machines pellet machines and associated shipping cost
Clean Water Ministry
Funding the support to purchase the equipment required to install water purification systems througout Cuban churches. This includes PVC pipes,fittings, filters, pumps, tools and shilpping.
Funding to purchase, ship and distribute reading glasses and Spiritual Laws Booklets
Funding to help cover costs associated to coordinating a summer camp for kids fighting cancer. This includes transportation, lodging, food and miscellaneous activity costs.
Funding support for a fishing ministry. This includes, hiring a local captain and coordinating fishing trips for the men of the communities