BOSCO Uganda Installs the 30th ICT Centre

On November 1, 2016, BOSCO Uganda’s Technical Department successfully installed another community ICT Centre at Minakulu, located in Oyam District, Northern Uganda. Since 2007 when BOSCO Uganda was founded, the organization has been driven by a vision of creating “open and peaceful rural communities, ready to face the challenges and opportunities of the globalized world in … Continue reading BOSCO Uganda Installs the 30th ICT Centre

BOSCO Uganda Holds the 4th Business Plan Competition

On October 14, 2016, BOSCO Uganda, through the CE3 Project held its 4th business plan competition. This was the 4th in a serries of business plan competitions that BOSCO Uganda plans to conduct in 2016. Since April 2016, BOSCO Uganda has been holding business plan competitions aimed at improving business plan writing and presentation skills of entrepreneurs in … Continue reading BOSCO Uganda Holds the 4th Business Plan Competition

Additional 62 Participants Trained on Entrepreneurship Essentials and ICT

BOSCO Uganda, through the CE3 Project, has completed another training for 62 participants. The three weeks training took place at BOSCO Uganda’s Bardege ICT Center from September 13 – 29, 2016.  The participants attended training sessions twice a week on Tuesdays and Thursdays. All sessions lasted appriximaely 3 hours. The objectives of the training were: To help business owners and would … Continue reading Additional 62 Participants Trained on Entrepreneurship Essentials and ICT

Enhancing Human Rights & Development Through ICT

From Monday 19, to Saturday 24, September 2016, BOSCO Uganda’s Field Coordination Department successfully conducted a 5 days’ training for 25 participants from the districts of Gulu, Oyam, Amuru, and Nwoya. The participants were drawn from 5 out of 32 ICT Centres that BOSCO Uganda operates across northern Uganda. The overall purpose of the training was to educate … Continue reading Enhancing Human Rights & Development Through ICT

AGE IS JUST A NUMBER: A Tale of Two Elderly Women Who Endured to Complete 6 Weeks of Entrepreneurship Essentials Training

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 share the experiences of two elderly … Continue reading AGE IS JUST A NUMBER: A Tale of Two Elderly Women Who Endured to Complete 6 Weeks of Entrepreneurship Essentials Training

HOW I HAVE BENEFITTED FROM BOSCO UGANDA’S ENTREPRENEURSHIP ESSENTIALS TRAINING

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 … Continue reading HOW I HAVE BENEFITTED FROM BOSCO UGANDA’S ENTREPRENEURSHIP ESSENTIALS TRAINING

Joy and Happiness as 51 Trainnees Complete the Entrepreneurhsip Essentials Training and Receive Certificates

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. Continue reading Joy and Happiness as 51 Trainnees Complete the Entrepreneurhsip Essentials Training and Receive Certificates

BOSCO UGANDA STAFF RECEIVE INTERNAL CAPACITY BUILDING ON SOLAR & BIO-ENERGY, ICT, HUMAN RIGHTS AND GOVERNANCE

  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 held for BOSCO Uganda staff. … Continue reading BOSCO UGANDA STAFF RECEIVE INTERNAL CAPACITY BUILDING ON SOLAR & BIO-ENERGY, ICT, HUMAN RIGHTS AND GOVERNANCE