The Uganda Community in South Korea (UCISK) is a non-political, non-religious, not for profit organization committed to serve Ugandans living, working, visiting and studying in South Korea regardless of age, sex, religion, national origin, disability, immigration status or marital status.
The UCISK was founded in 2010 for the purpose of promoting goodwill, harmony, confidence and cooperation amongst Ugandans living and working in South Korea. The purpose of this organization is to promote brotherhood, celebrates diversity and togetherness. Our community is an inclusive home away from home for all Ugandans in South Korea and their families.
We strives to bring all Ugandans together as a community and provide a platform where we promote unity, cooperation, promote our cultural, provide information on business opportunites, economic activities and work on issues that bind us.
Through this interaction, the organization is looking at addressing needs peculiar to our members such as: Business opportunities, studying in Korea, Korean history, culture, immigration laws, tenant and landlord issues. In addition, we strive to support Ugandans on issues related to integration into the Korean society.