Assalaam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatu

Welcome to UAMA

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Welcome to UAMA

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).

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UAMA has a new administration and Committees. Once again we congratulate the new members of UAMA administration.

Starting January 1, 2018, the newly elected Executive Committee and Board of Directors take the leading reins of UAMA. To get to know the newly elected members, please click

UAMA Board & Committee Members

In Addition, UAMA committees also have new members who joined and are dedicated to serving our Ummah to great success! If you are interested to serve on any committee, please contact our administrator at

UAMA Weekly Halaqas

Every Friday at 9:00 PM, UAMA Educational and Religious Committees host a Halaqa via phone Conferencing. Please note: This is a free phone services to you the caller so we encourage you to participate by joining (send your phone number to be added to the automatic calling system so that you never miss a Halaqa, to You may also send our Sheikhs questions that you'd like to be answered during the Q & A Halaqa session to

Should miss a Halaqa or want to listen to previous Halaqas, please click below. 

Past Weekly Halaqas

Upcoming events

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UAMA Programs

The UAMA administration and its committees have been working hard to fulfill UAMA's mission. Following are among some of the official and work in progress activities/programs: 

  • Friday Night Halaqa - a program run by the Education and religious Committees
  • Clean Water Project- a program from the Social and Cultural Committee
  • My Salah My Sadaqah - a program to raise funds for UAMA's operations
  • UAMA Sunday School - a program supporting Local Imams in rural areas of Uganda teach children our Deen
  • UAMA Unity - a Women's Committee program for UAMA Women; promoting unity and networking in all Chapters and beyond (Work in Progress).
  • UAMA Apprenticeship/Employment/Mentorship - a program spearheaded by the professional Committee (Work in Progress)
  • UAMA and Contemporary Issues - a work in progress on how UAMA should deal with gray areas matters of society; in progress from the Social and Cultural Committee.

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