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(Battery Operated Systems for Community Outreach) is an
effort to bring internet connectivity, VoIP phone service and web 2.0 collaboration training to former Internally Displaced Persons camps in Northern Uganda, in collaboration with the Archdiocese of Gulu.
Announcements from BOSCO-Uganda
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BOSCO is honored to have received the Breaking Borders Award in the technology category.
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BOSCO encourages site visitors to check out the User Profile for the
Sacred Heart Minor Seminary in Lacor
BOSCO is promoting
Learning About Living
. The site provides users with games, questions and exercises designed for teachers and youth. BOSCO would like to encourage all users to learn about goal setting, HIV/AIDS, relationships and more. The website is an educational tool which even provides teachers with exercises for use in class.
Please visit the BOSCO Classroom-to-Classroom
Water Quality Mapping Project
and see what students have been working on!
Check out some
videos and photographs
from the early days of BOSCO-Uganda!
Recent updates from the BOSCO-Uganda blogs
AGE IS JUST A NUMBER: A Tale of Two Elderly Women Who Endured to Complete 6 Weeks of Entrepreneurship Essentials Training
by Lino Ogora
Sep 2, 2016
From March to July 2016, BOSCO Uganda, through its mentorship research project trained more than 150 Gulu-based local businessmen in Entrepreneurship Essentials (EE), using a six topic, six week computer-based training program. In this blog article, written by Aloyo Diana who is a facilitator of the EE course, we shar...
HOW I HAVE BENEFITTED FROM BOSCO UGANDA’S ENTREPRENEURSHIP ESSENTIALS TRAINING
by Lino Ogora
Aug 31, 2016
My name is Canwat James. I am a 23 year old youth who was born in Mudur village in Paracere Parish, Ogili Sub-county Palabek, Lamwo district which I left many years ago due to rebel insurgency. I operate my business in Gulu main market (basement) where I sew buttons, print names and designs on clothes …
WHERE THERE IS A WILL NOTHING WILL EVER, EVER STOP YOU
by Lino Ogora
Aug 17, 2016
My name is George Odoch. I am the lead facilitator for the mentorship research project that is currently being implemented by BOSCO Uganda. My intention of writing the article is to tell the stories of two courageous women called Christine Ali and Grace Atto who showed remarkable courage and resilience to complete six...
Joy and Happiness as 51 Trainnees Complete the Entrepreneurhsip Essentials Training and Receive Certificates
by Lino Ogora
Aug 1, 2016
It was all joy and happiness on 29 July 2016 as 51 people who had completed a six week entrepreneurship essentials training received their certificates at Bardege ICT Centre in Gulu Town. BOSCO Uganda’s Chief Executive Officer, Fr. Joseph Okumu was present to hand out the certificates.
BOSCO UGANDA STAFF RECEIVE INTERNAL CAPACITY BUILDING ON SOLAR & BIO-ENERGY, ICT, HUMAN RIGHTS AND GOVERNANCE
by Lino Ogora
Jul 28, 2016
In line with promoting good practices of organizational development, BOSCO Uganda strives to build the capacity of its human resources in various fields so that they can be knowledgeable and have skills outside their areas of expertise. On Friday 22 July 2016, an internal staff capacity building workshop was he...
The History of BOSCO-Uganda
Kit MA BOSCO-Uganda Ocake Kwede
Twenty years of conflict and displacement have isolated the people of Northern Uganda from the technological developments rapidly evolving in their own country and throughout the world. This isolation and lack of access to 21st century Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) has prevented communities from using the Internet for creative and innovative ways to meet community needs.
Instead, many communities have become reliant on traditional aid. However, today, with peace in Northern Uganda, BOSCO-Uganda believes that we can begin to turn dependency into self-advocacy through the use of innovative and collaborative ICT technologies.
Initiated in 2006 under the umbrella of Gulu Archdiocese, BOSCO Uganda has been implementing a pilot ICT project in 6 IDP-camps in Gulu and Amuru district (including Coo Pe, Unyama, Lacor, Pagak, Pabbo and Jengari). After the successful implementation of Phase I, BOSCO Uganda is currently expanding its activities in Amuru and Gulu and planning the further expansion to Kitgum and Pader Districts.
BOSCO-Uganda uses innovative technology particularly adapted to rural regions. Its internet stations, situated in rural communities and former internally displaced persons camps, consist of low-power, solar powered PCs connected to a high-speed, long-range WiFi Internet connection. Each communication station is linked to other BOSCO sites via a free VoIP telephony network and through a high-speed internal network (INTRANET) content management page.
Moving beyond the provision of technical solutions, BOSCO will be concentrating on the development of both proven and emerging directions for ICT usage. These directions include computer education adapted to the realities of 21st Century global interconnectivity and a Web 2.0 collaborative approach to cooperation with health centres, e-agriculture, educational outreach, e-government, etc.
For more information on BOSCO-Uganda visit the
BOSCO Mission Current Programming Page
BOSCO Strategic Plan Page
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The Growing BOSCO Network:
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