In its local communities, MKA Uganda is well known for promoting interfaith dialogue by working with various faith groups and public sector organizations to promote peace, respect and harmony in society. The organization’s efforts include peace conferences, interfaith Q&A sessions, as well as youth support groups. MKA Uganda works with the greater Ahmadiyya Muslim Community to open up its mosques and community centers to the general public.  It also hosts regular grassroots activities to promote mutual respect by working on social projects to help tackle problems facing today’s youth, such as drugs, alcohol and other social issues.  It welcomes the opportunity to work with other youth organizations in order to bridge divides between people of various backgrounds and faith traditions.

Leave a comment