Cuba, also known by its official name, the Republic of Cuba, is a sovereign nation that can be found in the Caribbean Antilles. Havana is the territory’s capital and the most populous city on the island. The region is divided into fifteen provinces and one particular municipality.

Cuba identifies itself as a socialist state that is based on the rule of law and social justice. Cuba’s political system is one-party, and the Communist Party of Cuba is the ruling party (PCC). The form of government has been called a dictatorship, a “dictatorship with popular support,” and a one-party democracy, among other names. Other people consider it to be a dictatorship.

Cuba has gone through several different political-administrative frameworks during its history. However, after adopting a new Constitution in 1976, the country adopted a completely renewed political-administrative division, which structured the geographic space of the Cuban archipelago into 14 provinces and one special municipality: the Isle of Youth. This new political-administrative division was one of the most significant changes to take place in the country since its inception. In turn, the provinces were broken up into municipalities, with 169 latter entities being created.

In 2007, Cuba was one of the first countries to join the United Nations Human Rights Council, and in 2010, it was chosen for the council’s vice president position. On the other hand, the failure to respect and preserve some of the human rights that were stated with the signing of these agreements was criticized, primarily between the years of 2003 and 2012, by international organizations and Cuban dissidents.

When it comes to the protection of the right to free speech, at least since the year 1970, there has not been a single journalist in Cuba who has been killed or vanished as a direct result of practicing their profession. This is a remarkable fact when one considers the serious problem that this issue has represented for most Latin American countries. Furthermore, because of Cuba’s policy of giving children priority attention, the government has eliminated the problem of children living on the streets. This is an unprecedented achievement in Latin America, where millions of children are still subjected to deprivation, exploitation, and forced labor in networks of prostitution.


President : Miguel Díaz Canél
Language: Spanish
Currency: Cuban Peso
Main Sport: Volleyball, Baseball and Boxing


Population: 11.34 million
Land area: 42,803.3 sq mi.
Unemployment rate: 1.3%.
Population below the poverty line: 10%


Catholics: 40%
Evangelical Christians: 5%
Santeria (African faiths): 30%
Other: 25%



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These leaders with experience join us to receive supervision for their ministry or initiative from a Ministry Coordinator. They can raise support through us, and their financial accounts are accessed ten (10) percent administrative fee.

These leaders are just starting a new ministry or initiative and commit to having a mentor to oversee them. They can raise support through us, and their financial accounts are accessed five (5) percent administrative fee.

These leaders from established organizations or ministries partner with us, but their own board supervises them. They can raise support through us, and their financial accounts are accessed five (5) percent administrative fee.

Each church is independent and autonomous and must be free from interference by any ecclesiastical or political authority; that, therefore, Church and State must be kept separate as having different functions, each fulfilling its duties free from the dictation or patronage of the other.

We believe that a visible church is a company of believers in Jesus Christ, buried with Him in baptism and associated for worship, work and fellowship.

We believe that to these visible churches were committed for observance “until He comes,” the ordinances of baptism and the Lord’s Supper; and that God has laid upon these churches the task of persuading a lost world to accept Jesus Christ as Savior and to enthrone Him as Lord and Master. We believe that righteous living, good works and proper social concern are essential products of the gospel.

We believe, therefore, that those who accept Christ as their Lord and Savior will rejoice forever in God’s presence and those who refuse to accept Christ as Lord and Savior will be forever separated from God.
We believe in His bodily resurrection, His ascension into heaven, His high priestly intercession for His people and His personal, visible return to the world according to His promise.