To bring together all member community museums, to enhance their professionalism and protect their interests so that communities in Uganda value and promote their culture.
• To preserve artifacts and cultures throughout the country through community museums.
• To expose to all generations, especially the youth, Uganda’s culture artifacts and traditions.
Currently UCOMA is developing Quality Assurance Standards for community museums in Uganda as a mechanism to ensure that museums are accountable to each other, their stakeholders, the public and society at large.
Be a Ugandan, visit a community museum in any of the four regions of Uganda.
Strengthening the capacity of community museums to promote inscribed intangible cultural heritage elements Posted May 11, 2020 By Kisa2020
The Uganda Community Museums Association (UCOMA) received funding worth $61,360 from UNESCO to implement the above project whose main goal is to strengthen the capacity
World Heritage Day 2020 Posted Apr 17, 2020 By Kisa2020
Uganda Community Museums commemorate World Heritage Day 2020 behind closed doors due to COVID 19