About UAMA

In the name of Allah (most gracious, most merciful)

UAMA Articles of Incorporation   


Our Mission

The organization's purpose is to emphasize a person’s belief, social, cultural, economical, and intellectual development in accordance with the teachings of Islam as outlined in the Quran and the Sunnah of Prophet Mohammad (SAW). While the objectives of the Ugandan American Muslim Association are designed especially for Ugandan American Muslims, they are also open to people of all faiths who wish to be apart of these teachings and understand the objectives of the Association.

The Ugandan American Muslim Association encourages members to develop their faith, to interpret life from an Islamic perspective, to commit to Allah, and to develop traits of Muslim character and service.

The Ugandan American Muslim Association encourages Islamic oriented social activities; in settings such as seminars, conferences, forums, etc. through which members can meet, grow and gain strength.

The Ugandan American Muslim Association encourages sharing and understanding our diverse cultural heritage through education and social activities.

The Ugandan American Muslim Association encourages economical forums through which members can meet on socioeconomic issues.

The Ugandan American Muslim Association encourages members to further their education by exchanging and supporting valuable knowledge through classes, resources for counseling, and information on educational and professional opportunities.

"I did not create the jinns and the humans except to worship Me alone." [51:56]

UAMA Board of Directors

Br. Abubaker Mulumba, 
UAMA Board Chairman
Massachusetts Chapter

Br. Musa Kagolo, 
UAMA Chairman
NY~NJ Chapter

Br. Sulaiman Ntege, 
UAMA Treasurer
DC~MD~VA Chapter

Br. Ibrahim Kirunda, 
UAMA Vice Chairman
DC~MD~VA Chapter

Sis. Tausi Ddungu, 
UAMA Public Relations Officer 
DC~MD~VA Chapter

Sis. Asumini Kamulegeya, 
UAMA Secretary
DC~MD~VA Chapter

Hajati Sheila Nsubuga, 
UAMA Membership Coordinator
Massachusetts Chapter

Shk. Rajab Mayanja, 
UAMA Imaam
Massachusetts Chapter

Br. Imam Bukenya, 
Chapter Chairman
DC~MD~VA Chapter

Hajati Hanifa Nakayiwa, 
Chapter Representative
DC~MD~VA Chapter

Hajati Ariat Lukomwa, 
Chapter Chairwoman
Georgia Chapter

Sis. Firdaus  Mutengu, 
Youths Representative
Massachusetts Chapter

Br. Abasi Matovu, 
Chapter Chairman
Massachusetts Chapter

Sis. Faridah N. Lubega, 
Chapter Representative
Massachusetts Chapter

Br. Siaka Sherif, 
Chapter Chairman
NY~NJ Chapter

Sis. Sharifah Kiggundu, 
Chapter Representative
NY~NJ Chapter

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