Founded in 2001, the Inter-Religious Council of Uganda (IRCU), is an indigenous, national faith-based organization uniting efforts of religious institutions to jointly address issues of common concern.
IRCU is constituted by; the Roman Catholic Church (RCC), the Church of the Province of Uganda (Church Of Uganda-COU), the Uganda Orthodox Church (UOC), the Uganda Muslim Supreme Council (UMSC), the Seventh-day Adventist Uganda Union (SDAUU), the Born Again Faith in Uganda (BAF) and the National Alliance of Pentecostal and Evangelical Churches in Uganda (NAPECU). Similarly, IRCU works with other religious organizations, namely the Spiritual Assembly of the Baha’i, the Methodist and Lutheran Churches.
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IRCU programs focus on strengthening coordination of the multi-religious responses to the common challenges including HIV/AIDS, peace, human rights, conflict transformation and good governance.
What we Stand for
Inter-Religious Council of Uganda (IRCU) is a network organization that works through its leadership and structures to mobilize and organize Ugandans to work for harmony, unity, peace, prosperity, good health and freedom for the common good.