New BOSCO sites online

The newest BOSCO sites to come online in the last two weeks include: St. Jude’s Orphanage and school (near the Catechists Training Center in Gulu); Lacor Seminary (secondary school for young seminarians); Lacor Primary School (where BOSCO volunteer trainer Jokondino teaches, featured here); and finally, Pabo Secondary school (Government run school) which complements the already … Continue reading New BOSCO sites online

Alfreds’ Introduction

Hi I am Alfred Kilama, the new member of the BOSCO Team here in Gulu working as a technical assistant. I graduated in Information Technology from Kampala International University in 2005. I then joined Caritas Gulu Archdiocese to do database management.During my time with Caritas, I was handling data from Displaced peoples camps as they … Continue reading Alfreds’ Introduction

Meet David Aliker!

Read BOSCO staff member David Aliker’s story at here. It was Friday morning; I sat restless in the staff room starring at the wall deep in thoughts and reflections about what life is all about. The bell goes but I could not hear even when other teachers are complaining of the time keeper hitting the … Continue reading Meet David Aliker!

A long overdue update!

It’s been a long while since I have updated my blog here. A lot has been happening with BOSCO since I last posted about our human rights monitoring initiative that we are doing. In fact, you may not have known this, but between the last time I posted and now, I spent about 7 weeks … Continue reading A long overdue update!

The possibilities!

After only a few weeks working in the idp campss, I am already beginning to understand the complexities of development work. Whenever a service is provided or a material item is provided to people who are in very vulnerable situations, such as the internally displaced persons around Gulu, the implications of this give-take relationship can … Continue reading The possibilities!