United Board of Missions (UBM)

The United Board of Missions (UBM) is located in the Chaco Province of Argentina, and makes up a part of the ecumenical movement formed by Christian churches.  The United Board of Missions, which Global Ministries has related to for many decades, has been accompanying, advising, and supporting indigenous communities in rural Chaco Province, northern Argentina for over 50 years.  

argentina_united_board_of_missions.jpgThrough relationship and dialogue with indigenous communities, UBM is promoting the richness and importance of cultural diversity.  They defend and promote the comprehensive and harmonious development of indigenous peoples in order for these communities and individuals to have the ability of fully exercising their rights. Through a diverse team, the United Board of Missions develops programs that support autonomous processes, which enable communities to develop their own solutions and initiatives, these include: 

  • Training rights and citizenship
  • Accompanying indigenous women
  • Supporting students
  • Meeting space for dialogue between indigenous organizations
  • Helping and advising for access to justice
  • Reclaiming of lands for indigenous people
  • Promoting the products of artisans and accompanying them in organizational process

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