BOSCO Uganda is a faith-based not-for-profit organization based in Gulu, Uganda.
We began in 2007 as an
intervention to end the isolation of people in Internally Displaced People’s (IDP) camps
through wireless computing powered by solar energy
Our Mission is to provide innovative information and communication technology (ICT) solutions using a collaborative and web-based approach to foster socioeconomic development and peace building in rural communities in northern Uganda.
We envision Open and Peaceful rural communities, ready to face the challenges and opportunities of the globalized world in the 21st century.
In a bid to connect communities, BOSCO Uganda partners with communities to build community run networks community ICT centers which are community run with installation and technical support from the Bosco-Uganda team. These Centers are all run of solar energy and serve as hubs for ICT training, research and education. BOSCO Uganda also serves clients that range from, educational Institutions, health centres, local government headquarters and NGOs.
ICT Skills Development
In a region often deprived of ICT knowledge and skills, BOSCO Uganda has stood out by building the capacity of community members through training in ICT skills that seeks to relate to the lives of community members irrespective of what they do. Consequently we’ve trained a diverse group of people from students to farmers, business men and teachers.
Our Impact Over the Years:
In a region often deprived of ICT knowledge and skills, BOSCO Uganda builds the ICT
capacity of community members through training that seeks to relate to the lives
of community members irrespective of their career or role in society. BOSCO Uganda has trained a diverse group of people, including students, teachers, farmers, and businessmen.
With the ever-escalating existential
threat of climate change, BOSCO Uganda seeks to create a more sustainable
environment by powering over 55 learning institutes with solar energy.
Our internet access
stretches across the Acholi, Lango, and West-Nile sub-regions of Northern
Uganda, connecting institutions ranging from schools and offices, to diocesan