Throughout my life, the skill of knowing computer kept on haunting me. Though I could move to the next level of education, I could never feel okay. It was like something was still missing in me. Immediately I sat for my A-level in 2011 from LIRA PALWO SS, I could keep on staying with my … Continue reading SUCCESSFUL PEOPLE NEVER REACH THEIR GOALS ALONE
An article on my health journey Written from Gwokke Keni ICT Center (13/06/2018) My name is Jane Margaret Adong aged 53, Lango by tribe but an Acholi by marriage, a resident of Oporot Central, Patongo Town Council, Agago district-Uganda. I am the Chairperson of the above group. I tested HIV positive in 2002 from Kitgum … Continue reading MY HEALTH JOURNEY-SAYS JANE MARGARET ADONG
The Battery Operated Systems for Community Outreach (BOSCO) Uganda goes an extra mile with Kolibri to bring South Sudanese refugees home away from Home since September 2017. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xIt8F763qIk (Art & Technology for Tenderness Video, Adjumani) . If there is to be found anything unique in addressing the refugee crisis then it is in north and … Continue reading ART & TECHNOLOGY BRINGING TENDERNESS TO SOME SOUTH SUDANESE REFUGEES
This public debate that was a do or die battle between youth of Atyang-Waroco Kwo ICT centre, Lakwana Sub county, Omoro district and Acan Dano ICT centre, Minakulu Sub County, Oyam district attracted 216 (139 male and 77 female) community members in attendance. This public debate that attracted multitude of crowds because it carried one … Continue reading Public Debate between Acan Dano, Minakulu(Oyam) & Atyang-Waroco Kwo (Omoro) ICT Centres
Q: In summary, what do you do with BOSCO Uganda?. A: This programme I am participating in with the technical team of BOSCO Uganda, is for me to work along side and learn from the team, so we can launch BOSCO South Sudan. I learn through practical work that i do together with the team … Continue reading Q&A with Fred Maziina, a Technical intern at BOSCO Uganda in partnership with Radio South Sudan.
When Gus Zuehlke (BOSCO-USA founder) first traveled to Gulu, he struck up a close friendship with a lay catechist named Godfrey Alanya, from a small village northwest of Gulu called Pagak. Though Godfrey passed in 2005, the relationship he and Gus kindled in Pagak has borne fruit there ever since. Pagak became one of the … Continue reading Jokodino Okema innovates to preserve community knowledge
1. How did you come to work at BOSCO? It was in January 2016 that a friend who worked with BOSCO Uganda then approached me about an opening for a Research Supervisor within the organisation. What caught my attention at first with BOSCO was the ability to have transitioned from an organization that gives hand … Continue reading Q&A with BOSCO-Uganda staff member, George Oduch
1. How were you involved with BOSCO prior to joining the board? I first worked with BOSCO through the International Summer Service Learning (ISSLP) program at Notre Dame, in the summer of 2015. That summer, I taught computer literacy classes, helped out with infrastructure/maintenance, and ate a lot of mangoes. I returned to Uganda the … Continue reading Q&A Interview with Chas Jhin, the newest Board Member of BOSCO-USA