Peter Simbi
President

FLAGSHIP PROJECT

The education resource center is NAMCA's most ambitious plan , when completed this center will make a significant dent in the provision of education and health training services.

our History

bamAsaaba CULTURAL LEADER

Johnson Makoba
Board Member.

Andrew Bunoti
Board Member

Inzu Ya Masaaba as a Cultural Institution was established to foster Unity and Development amongst Bamasaaba and hopes to achieve this through working in partnership with local district Governments in Masaabaland and the Central Government. It should be owned by every Mu-Masaaba and non Bamasaaba resident in Masaabaland in Uganda and Kenya and all friends and well wishers of Bamasaaba.

UMUKUUKA MASAABA UWELUKOOSI ROBERT SAULO KIPIRO MUSHIKORI.

David Matanda
Board Member

  1. 2001 - First gathering and formation of NAMCA at the Uganda Community Center in Toronto, Canada.
  2. 2001 -Formalization of the organization and first annual general meeting and election of leaders in New York .
  3. 2003 - NAMCA is registered in the state of ohio as a 501(c)(3) non profit organization. 
  4. 2012 - NAMCA holds its first annual general meeting on Uganda soil and forms partnership with Inzu ya Masaaba.
  5.  

Betty Wakou
 Board Treasurer

executive BOARD

David Wangalwa
Board Member 

Moses Khisa
Vice President

North America Masaba Cultural Association

Andrew Mungoma
Board Member

mission & vision

To Unite the Masaaba diaspora in pursuit of common objectives. An absolute  devotion  to the education, health and socio-economic welfare of our members everywhere.

history

For more than 12 years NAMCA has been devoted to uniting Bamasaaba in the diaspora to promote Masaaba language and culture , and socio-economic development of the homeland.