Welcome to NAMCA

Dear compatriots

Greetings from NAMCA and I hope this finds you all well.

The North America Masaba Cultural Association (NAMCA) was formed in 2001 to mobilize Masaaba people in the Diaspora towards; with the aim of promoting Masaaba culture and language, safeguarding their welfare, promoting, and advocating for self-reliance, education, and socio-economic development.

NAMCA has given significant attention to the Masaaba Diasporas and their descendants; how they can enhance their own livelihoods and contribute to development in Uganda.

Since its inception the organization has made great strides to address its mission. It has provided computers, scholastic materials and equipment to improve the quality of education in Bugisu sub-region; furnished local Hospital with supplies like Medicines, mattresses and beddings; and supplied, farm implements and sewing machines to women’s groups to foster entrepreneurial activities within many communities.

I invite you to join NAMCA as we pursue our collective quest to serve the people of our communities. We call upon all likeminded individuals and organizations to join us

Kriss, Namakola
President, NAMCA
Tel: (206) 751-8726
Email: president@namca.us
Web: www.namca.us
Mailing Address: 401 Olympia Ave NE, Suite 204 Renton, WA. 98056

Our Vision

The vision of NAMCA is to promote Masaaba Language and Culture globally, and enhance people’s well-being in communities we serve.

Our Mission

Our Mission is to facilitate networks to improve people’s lives and provide leadership and advocacy on issues of concern.

Our Projects

NAMCA works with diverse partners of diverse cultural inclinations to foster development of its members both in the diaspora and in Uganda

Namca exists on the foundation of service, networking, collaboration and Advocacy. And this is reflected in the projects we are engaged in, from Migration support, to education, to women empowerment.

Some of our projects


is a ten story building that will house a library, vocational training center, a health clinic, an auditorium, and a museum and office space


We work with migrant communities to provide critical resources to enable them settle in as new migrants