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What is UAP?

The United Architects of the Philippines (UAP) is an organization of registered Architects in the Philippines. Since its inception in 1974, UAP has provided a comprehensive platform in uniting and enjoining Filipino registered architects to pursue further professional growth and to uplift the Architectural profession in the Philippines and also in other parts of the world.

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What is UAP Qatar Chapter?

UAP Qatar Chapter is the only UAP Chapter CHARTERED, ACCREDITED, RECOGNIZED in Qatar by the UAP National HQ, likewise, UAP Qatar is one of the founding members of Philippine Professional Organization (PPO) Qatar (2010), Recognized and Accredited by the Philippine Embassy (2010), and one of the founding/pioneer members of the UAP MENA Council (2011).

UAP Qatar Chapter, being based outside of the Philippines, conducts General Membership Assemblies (GMAs) or General Membership Meetings (GMMs), accredited Continuing Professional Development (CPD) seminars / webinars, and various social and civic activities for the Filipino Architects based in the State of Qatar.


The UAP Qatar Chapter officially joined the UAP National roster after its successful chartering ceremony held at Oryx Rotana Hotel in Doha, Qatar on November 15, 2010 led by then UAP National President Arch. Ramon Mendoza along with UAP National Board of Directors through online chartering process.


Bylaws are our organizations internal affairs guidebook. These Bylaws establish procedures for holding elections, organizing meetings, quorum requirements, membership structure and other essential operations. Our Bylaws will serve as our organizational manual and will help us guide through the orderly operation of our organization.


A Board resolution is often used to facilitate and document decisions that need to be made during the course of the year. The point of a Board Resolution is to address a specific issue that the board needs to decide on. Here we can find enlisted formal decisions  documented by our Executive Committee.


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