UIMA Vision & Mission

About UIMA

The United Indian Muslim Association (UIMA) is a volunteer welfare organization, registered with the Registry of Society (ROS). Since its inception in 1964, UIMA is dedicated to the promotion of goodwill, understanding and cooperation amongst the communities in Singapore. In March 2007, UIMA amended its constitution to reflect its involvement in child care services, social and welfare development at national level. UIMA is an associate member of NCSS, affiliated partner of Mendaki and the Federation of Indian Muslims (FIM).

Vision & Mission

Our vision and mission is mainly to help build a united Singapore community thrive and prosper in an environment of goodwill, respect and cooperation and to help underprivileged individuals and families thrive and prosper through joint communal efforts.

Key objectives

  1. To urge the members to be loyal to the Government, induce them to learn National Language of Singapore and help to progress in education and social life in general.
  2. To promote social, cultural and community activities that would enhance welfare and social development of the community.

    More details can be found in UIMA’s constitution in Annex 1.