UMSC Launches 1st Islamic Education Curriculum


Uganda Muslim Supreme Council has launched the first ever Islamic Education Curriculum for both Nursery and Primary schools in Uganda.

The 2nd Deputy Mufti of Uganda Shk. Ali Muhammad Waiswa says this is aimed at improving Islamic education in the country.

Sheikh Waiswa says the supreme council is already in the process of developing a National Islamic Educations curriculum for secondary schools.

The curriculum, he says represents years of research, field-testing and evaluation by a technical team with support from the Uganda Muslim Youth Development Forum.

Meanwhile, the Commissioner for Private Schools in the ministry of Education Ismail Mulindwa has expressed the Ministry’s support for the Islamic education curriculum and that it is the process of streamlining the Muslim schools ownership.