Water Purification Systems
There are fifty water purification systems (WPS) in nine districts in Cuba at this time. How are they working? The testimonies, photos and video below are only a few examples of their success.
The water purification system is by far the most complicated and complex cause the Southwest District has tackled. From an innocent conversation in the back yard at the Tacajo church, we learned of the problem of contaminated water in Cuba. So, how can you get involved?
The next shipment of WPS with Agape Flights to Cuba will be July 30, 2019. With your assistance, we will have the flight filled with water systems. How many is that? Probably in the range of forty units.
Adopt A Water System
We are initialing a new program— "Adopt a Water Systems.” Learn how:
A church in the U.S. could purchase a system for an individual church in Cuba.
A family in the U.S. could do the same, maybe for a one time family church in Cuba.
Systems can be purchased as a memorial of a loved one here or in Cuba.
Systems can be purchased in honor of a person or family member.
If there are other ideas and thoughts, they will be considered on an individual basis.
Cost of the system is $2,400. Breakdown as follows:
WPS $1,800 Extra set of filters included
Freight Agape Flight
Transportation in Cuba $ 600
Total Cost: $2,400
An extra set of filters is $327, and the filters will alleviate all lead deposits in the water. Ultraviolet light are $74. If you’re interested in Adopting a Water System, please contact us at ChristForCuba@gmail.com or call 941.468.7209.
If you’re not ready to purchase an entire system, but still want to help, you may donate at the button below.
History of the WPS and the Mission Program
After two and half years of investigating, disappointment, getting back up and starting over, we found a supplier in Fort Myers, Florida. No one had ever done this before. As we continued to pray, Allen Speers, CEO of Agape Flights, answered the prayers. Prayers were answered that day with Agape Flights in Venice, Florida, being approved to fly into Cuba.
Kenn Visser, from Water One Systems, and I made a trip to Cuba and investigated the many water challenges ahead of us. Through this trip, Water One Systems now had a better understanding of the challenges they needed to overcome.