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For rural people in Uganda, a mosque is the heart of the community, where people gather for prayer and meetings. No different from a community centre.
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Give your muslim brothers and sisters a condusive place of worship and Allah builds you a house in Jannah

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Permanent Projects Completed

42

Semi Permanent Completed

Mosque Construction

Donate and give sadaqah to the Mosque Building Fund. This fund is used to construct the house of Allah in rural communities across Uganda Africa.

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Orphan Housing

Help us build a new home for orphans today and give a safe, loving home to countless orphans in the coming years. We have made it easy for everyone to contribute a brick.

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Our Current projects
PERMANENT
WATER WELL PROJECT 6
41.1%

Raised
$4,520.0

Goal
$11,000.0

PERMANENT
NALUWALI CELL MOSQUE SIRONKO
90.0%

Raised
$9,000.0

Goal
$10,000.0

PERMANENT
MASJID BILAAL KIREKA MBALE DISTRICT
87.5%

Raised
$7,000.0

Goal
$8,000.0

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KIREKA NEW MOSQUE
63.2%

Raised
$6,000.0

Goal
$9,500.0

PERMANENT
KIREKA OLD MOSQUE
10.0%

Raised
$1,000.0

Goal
$10,000.0

PERMANENT
MASJID KUUBA NTEBBE ROAD
55.6%

Raised
$5,000.0

Goal
$9,000.0

PERMANENT
PERMANENT
PERMANENT
MASJID MUNAWWARA
52.0%

Raised
$5,200.0

Goal
$10,000.0

At United Muslim Volunteers (UMVA), we know that without personal and spiritual development, there can be no social development. In most of the villages we work, mosques are the places where personal and spiritual development happens. Mosques also double as community centres and places of learning. It’s where people are united in worship, where men and women come to for solace and support, and where children learn to read. Mosques are the centre of any community where people can congregate for their five daily prayers and Friday congregation sermons. A mosque serves as a place where Muslims can come together not only for prayers, but for information, education and meetings.