Build A Mosque
“Whoever builds a mosque, desiring there by Allah’s pleasure, Allah builds for him the like of it in paradise.” [Bukhari]
Importance Of Building A mosque
A house in Jannah

The Prophet (ﷺ) said, “Whoever builds a mosque, desiring thereby Allah’s pleasure, Allah builds for him the like of it in paradise.” [Bukhari] It is our responsibility as Muslims to do efforts to spread our deen and create sources that can guide humanity at best. By building a mosque, we can take our part in spreading our deen in the whole world and make people come close to Islam and Almighty Allah.

Swadaqatul Jariya
(Charity that continues)

“When a man dies, his deeds come to an end except for three things: Sadaqah Jariyah (continuing charity), knowledge which is beneficial, or a virtuous descendant who prays for him” [Muslim] Sadaqah Jariya is done by performing different acts and one of the greatest sources of Sadaqah Jariyah is to build a mosque. Its rewards are unending as long as people are getting benefits from the mosque. This is the place where people will seek forgiveness, guidance, and blessings from Almighty Allah and this will bring you infinite rewards in the world and hereafter.

Build A Semi-Permanent

Because of financial constraints we only manage to build semi-permanent mosques which are basic in nature i.e this caters for Land, basic structure (not painted, not tiled, not furnished).

Build A Permanent Mosque

Where we are financially able we build permanent mosques with all the necessities needed i.e land, structuring, painting, furnishing etc.

Customised Mosque

We can also build a mosque according to the quality you may prefer i.e size,design,quality of materials,name etc.

Our Mosque Projects

United Muslim Volunteers (Mosque Construction) has been building mosques in Uganda, Africa since 2008. Bellow are some of the mosque construction projects we have accomplished over the years. Feedback is provided by our teams on the ground during every phase of the construction process and many of our donors have even visited their newly constructed mosques to be part of the official inauguration ceremony.