Battery Operated System for Community Outreach(BOSCO-Uganda) is a faith based, Non-Governmental Organisation(NGO) That is located in the Gulu Archdiocese Northern Uganda. It began in 2007 as an effort to put wireless and VolP telephony into the internally dispalced persons’ (IDPs) camps of Northern Uganda, in cooperation with the Archdiocese of Gulu.
Only 15% of Ugandans have access to grid electricity, and it is only 75% reliable for those who are connected. BOSCO-Uganda works with the University of Notre Dame alongside the Accenture Corporation to design, implement and monitor a new approach to rural energy access. Building on ICT access and education provided by local partner BOSCO-Uganda and entrepreneurial training pioneered by “Educate”!
On Saturday 16 April 2016, the ECU – Entrepreneurship Club Uganda, sponsored by BOSCO Uganda held its first business plan competition at Bardege ICT Centre. The ECU was formed on Tuesday 12 January 2016, by 44 graduates who had completed the Entrepreneurship Essentials Course. The ECU is an initiative of BOSCO Uganda and aims to […]
Empowering People Socially and Economically through Hands on Training in Liquid Soap, Candle and Cake Making
Soap, candles and cakes are basic items we use in our everyday lives of people, and yet many people do not know how they are made. With the right ingredients and a few hours of time, the items can be easily made from the comfort of one’s home. With this in mind, BOSCO Uganda organized […]
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. The […]