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l’Association des Elèves et Etudiants Musulmans de Côte d’Ivoire (AEEMCI) – L’historique de L’AEEMCI

Dans un contexte d’adversité culturelle accru où les jeunes musulmans dans la machine occidentale de l’école, perdaient peu à peu leur foi, l’AEEMCI naquit pour sauvegarder la foi des jeunes musulmans.
En 1971 monsieur Mory Bah étudiant à l’institut national supérieur des travaux publics entrepris une vaste campagne en vue d’interpeller les jeunes musulmans sur l’organisation du Ramadan sur le campus.
Des suites de cette prise de conscience, un groupe de 7 étudiants dirigé par l’étudiant Vassiriki Touré, entama la rédaction des statuts et règlement intérieurs d’une structure d’élèves et d’étudiants musulmans à l’échelle national. : On hésitait entre différent nom : JEM AMEECI enfin dans une chambre du campus universitaire de Cocody, lors d’une réunion pour la circonstance, le cycle AEEMCI fut lâché.
Le 18 janvier 1972 eut lieu la première assemblée constitutive de l’AEEMCI. Le 16 février 1972 Vassiriki Touré premier président de cette structure organisa la première assemblée générale constitutive.
En 1972, la demande d’agreement se heurtait au silence des autorités.
En 1975, une nouvelle équipe de dirigeants repris à nouveau les démarches administratives. C’est ainsi que le 16 janvier 1975 sous la direction de Abdoul Kader Kéïta étudiant en médecine une nouvelle assemblée constitutive conduisit à la reconnaissance administrative de l’AEEMCI.
 
 
This post is taken from the website of l’Association des Elèves et Etudiants Musulmans de Côte d’Ivoire (AEEMCI).
 

The Union of Uganda Muslim Professionals – The Executive

The Executive

  1. Eng Dr.A.M.Sebbit (President)
  2. Ms. Sitna Cherotich (Deputy/President)
  3. Mr. Hassan H. Saleh (Secretary General)
  4. Mr.Ssemujju Ibrahim (Organising secretary)
  5. Mr.Kapalaga Isaac (Treasurer)
  6. Dr. Mariam Kinene (Member)
  7. Ms Nakulima Safina Serugo (Member)
  8. Mr. Musa Abbas Katende (Member)
  9. Mr. Haroun Jemba (Member)

This piece is taken from the website of the Union of Uganda Muslim Professionals.

See on-line at: http://www.umpro.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=53&Itemid=58

The Union of Uganda Muslim Professionals – Board of Trustees

Board of Trustees

1. Br. Mustafa Ajuga (Working with Africa Development Foundation): Chairman of the Board

2. Dr. Halima Wakabi : The Director, Female Campus IUIU, Kabojja: Vice Chairperson

3. Prof. Eng.Dr. Badru Kiggundu: The Chairman Electoral Commission.
4. Dr.Mpezamihigo Mouhamad The Deputy Rector, Academic IUIU, Mbale

5. Dr.Slim Nahdy : The Executive Director National Agricultural Advisory

Services

6. Hassan H. Saleh : Teacher

7. Eng.Dr. Adam Sebbit : Head of Department, Mechanical Engineering,

Makerere University.

Four Board Committees are were formed to assist in running the activities of UMPro.
Each committee is made up of five members from ( Board, Executives and ordinary members) .
The Committee are :
1. Education and Research Committee
2. Finance and Development Committee
3. Public Relations and Communications Committee
4. Social and Welfare Committee

Last Updated (Wednesday, 02 June 2010 12:09)

 This piece is taken from the website of the Union of Uganda Muslim Professionals.
 
See on-line at: http://www.umpro.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=52&Itemid=37

The Union of Uganda Muslim Professionals – Professional Services

The Union of Uganda Muslim Professionals through its network can source and facilitate placement of all types of Muslim expertise from its membership, and acts as an Information Centre on Muslims Manpower Services and Muslims owned Consultancies.

UMPro can source experts in the following areas:

i), Energy and Mining

ii), Agriculture and Agro Processing and Forestry

iii), Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics, Engineering, Telecommunications

iv), Computer Science/Information Technology

v), Medicine

vi), Hospitality Management

vii), Education, Training and Training Management

viii), Journalism, Communication and Public Relations

ix), Business Management, Project Management and Feasibility Studies

x), Research and development

xi), Law

xiii), Animal Science and

xvi), Others.

This piece is taken from the website of the Union of Uganda Muslim Professionals.

See on-line at: http://www.umpro.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=51&Itemid=70

The Union of Uganda Muslim Professionals – Objectives

The Objectives of the Union are to:

a) Unite, organize and enhance solidarity among Muslim Professionals in Uganda;

b) Facilitate the identification, mentoring and advancement of Muslim professionals;

c) Establish an Islamic Information Centre;

d) Co-operate with other organisations/Institutions with similar objectives as those of UMPro.

e) Advocate and safe guard the rights of Muslim Professionals and Muslims in general.

f) Encourage Islamic Daawa through various methods e.g. Newspapers, Radios, Television etc.

g) Provide consultancy and advisory services in all areas of socio-economic and technology development.

h) Conduct training, organise scientific conferences, seminars and workshops for the members and any other facility that may wish to do so.  

This piece is taken from the website of the Union of Uganda Muslim Professionals.

See on-line at: http://www.umpro.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=47&Itemid=56

The Union of Uganda Muslim Professionals – Background

Overview

The Union of Uganda Muslim Professionals, UMPro was officially launched on March 24, 2008 at Makerere University. The Union is a voluntary Organisation bringing together Muslim Professionals from all areas of specialization.  

 It is not an umbrella organisation for Muslims, but it is a Union of Professionals. It plays commentary roles with other Muslim organisation/institutions. It is registered as a Muslim faith based organisation.

Among the important activities to be carried out is Daawa and career guidance to the students in all levels of education and to disseminate information which will strengthen professionalism in the Muslim Community. The Union maintains an active database of Muslim Professionals.

This piece is taken from the website of the Union of Uganda Muslim Professionals.
 
See on-line at: http://www.umpro.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=46&Itemid=34  

Nigeria Muslim Forum UK – Some Activities of Forum

Since its formation, the Forum has initiated a number of schemes, projects and activities, which it successfully executed by Allah?s mercy. It has, alhamdu lillah, continue to execute a number of the previous ones in addition to initiating others. The following is a brief outline of such activities.

Conferences and Workshops

The Forum holds three conferences in the year, namely Spring Conference (April/May) and Summer Conference (Aug/September) and Winter Conference and Annual General Meeting (December).

More information about past events can be found here

Promoting Educational Growth of Nigerian Muslims

Muslims, particularly those from the Northern part of Nigeria, are comparatively educationally backward. The Forum has in the past supported (financially) Secondary School teachers so that they can teach for the sake of Allah (SWT). It has also provided books to some institutions, and also supported (financially) Secondary School students in their final year.

Arranging Reception Programmes for New Students

The Forum has, through its Regional Branches, been arranging reception programmes for new arrivals to the United Kingdom. This involves, in some cases, collecting them at the Airport and taking them to their destinations, giving them some guidelines on how to effectively use their time while in the United Kingdom as well as how to familiarise themselves with their immediate community.

Child Sponsorship Scheme

Another scheme that proved to be very successful in the past was the identification of intelligent but indigent students and supporting them financially through a ‘scholarship’ programme. This was possible by proving an avenue for individual members to sponsor the education of a child through provision of the necessary fees and other financial needs of the child from Secondary School to University.

Involvement in Da’awah Activities in Nigeria

The Forum is actively involved in Da’awah Activities in Nigeria, particularly its role in supporting the Da’awah Activities of Islamic Education Trust (IET), Minna, Niger State, supporting the Da’awah and enlightenment activities of Islamic Trust of Nigeria (ITN), Zaria; and, supporting the Da’awah Activities of Muslim Brothers in the South through NACOMIO and other similar organisations.

Collection and Distribution of Zakatul-Fitr in Nigeria

Through the collective efforts of the members of the Forum, the Forum has been collecting and Zakatul Fitr in various localities in Nigeria. Last year alone, over three hundred thousand naira was distributed to the needy in eleven different localities around the country.

This piece is taken from the website of the Nigeria Muslim Forum UK.

See on-line at: http://www.nmfuk.org/activities.htm