The conferences of the Ugandan American Muslim Association fulfill one of the principal objectives of the association – to promote conversations which encourage Islamic oriented social activities; in settings such as seminars, conferences, forums, etc. through which members can meet, grow and gain strength.
With our theme this year, "Building Bridges: Nurturing our Communities" UAMA hopes to tighten links that bind us as Muslims in America and elsewhere in the world. This year's conference, the 11th Annual Meeting and Conference, will be hosted by the Massachusetts Chapter at the Embassy Suites by Hilton, Waltham, Massachusetts; July 4th through July 7th.
|Category of Attendees||Paid Member||Non-Member||International Registrants|
|Adults (18 Years+)||$230.00||$270.00||$155 Non-Refundable|
|Child(ren) and Youths (6-17 Years)||$50||$60.00||$35 Non-Refundable|
|Child(ren) 5 Years and Below||Free||Free||Free|
Registration in Uganda
The official Registrar in Uganda is the Uganda Muslim Women Civilization Initiative (UMWCI). This is the only agent authorized by UAMA to register attendees for the 11th Annual Meeting and Conference.
|Category of Attendees||Registration Amount|
|Adults (18 Years+)||$155.00|
To register while in Uganda, please contact Shamirah Namutebi, Executive Director of UMWCI at:
Phone: 0777 990 796 or 0703 042 340
Address: HAM TOWERS/Ham Shopping Mall,
Plot 923, Makerere Hill Road, 4th Floor, Suite 4-01,
P.O.Box 8303 Kampala, Uganda
You'll need your passport, an email address, and cash for the registration fees. Once registration is complete, UMWCI will forward your information to UAMA Registration and a receipt with an invitation letter will be sent to the email address you provided during registration.
APPLY EARLY! UAMA offers a letter of invitation for attendees of the UAMA 10th Annual Meeting and Conference ONLY after registration is complete. The visa letter of invitation, though not required for the visa application, can assist as a supporting document. Present this letter of invitation from UAMA to the consular officer during the visa interview. Note: This letter by no means guarantees admittance, but can provide compelling evidence for immigration officials to consider. Please note that UAMA cannot intervene with any embassy on behalf of any attendee.