The Uganda American Muslim Association (UAMA) is a charitable, religious organization, founded in 2007, composed of Muslims who seek to bring together Muslim brothers and sisters living in the United States and abroad; to encourage them to develop their faith, to interpret life from an Islamic perspective, to commit to Allah, and to develop traits of Muslim character and service and; to encourage Islamic oriented social activities; in settings such as seminars, conferences, forums, etc. through which members can meet, grow and gain strength.
One of the primary goals of UAMA is to encourage its members’ belief, social, cultural, economic, and intellectual development in accordance with the teachings of Islam as outlined in the Quran and the Sunnah of Prophet Mohammad (SAW).
Assalam Alaikhum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuhu.
Dear UAMA Members and friends of this distinguished Organization,
I hope you are all doing well in the mercy of Allah SWA. As you may all know, Allah is testing us with COVID-19 virus and UAMA is taking the concerns seriously. After long hours of pondering, we take pain to announce to you that this year’s UAMA Annual Meeting and Conference has been cancelled following the steps taken by most public and corporate institutions around the country.
UAMA will refund the 2020 conference fees paid to us this far and we heartily regret any inconveniences this decision may be causing.
Abdul Kalema Kimbugwe
Chairman UAMA BOD
UAMA administration is composed of Standing Committees, Executive Committee and the Board. To get to know your administrative members, please click below:
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UAMA Weekly Halaqas
Please join us every Friday at 9:00 PM, for a Halaqa session via phone Conferencing.
The UAMA administration and its committees have been working hard to fulfill UAMA's mission. Please click on Programs below for more information.