The Uganda Community in South Korea is a non-profit-making organization aimed at promoting brotherhood between all Ugandans living in South Korea hence improving their standards of living. UCISK members have access to any information in South Korea with practical knowledge and insights from members in the field who have stayed in Korea for quite long time. We provide information, resources and education programs to help you keep current on the latest news, laws and issues in the community, whether you are looking for housing, renting a car, opening a bank account, need a phone, translating document, need a lawyer we support you with what you need.
As a member, you'll also get a membership to your local chapter network so that you don't feel lonely. In addition, you get access to our networking events every year, providing the opportunity to meet to build relationships with other businesses professional, students and potential contacts for future needs.
Being a member, you get access events organized by the local experts and resources to attending business forum and educational workshops organised by Seoul Global center.
The UCISK provides several advertising opportunities allowing your business to grow, while expanding the community’s awareness of your service in and around the area. We help our members who are doing business to expand their marketing footprint with a strong social media campaign, print advertising, and a variety of other mediums in an effort to help members marketing efforts in our community. Join us and be part of the community working for the bennefit of all our people. We are strong together.
Our support does include:
- Encourage developmental relationships between Ugandans in South Korea
- Fully promote Ugandan and Korean culture
- Promote networks between Ugandans and other nationalities in south Korea
- We also extend our hand in helping those in need by participating in charitable activities
- Support some non-privileged Ugandans back home to enhance their standards of living through providing basic house hold needs.
- We also engage in supporting the sick here in South Korea and those who have lost their loved ones to comfort them as a sign of brotherhood.
- Aid those who choose to go back home without travel documents by processing them the necessary documents needed to facilitate their journey back home.
With all this, we have at least managed to improve the standard of living of Ugandans living in south Korea and Uganda.