Frequently asked questions
Is BOSCO Uganda an Acronym?
Yes. BOSCO Uganda is an acronym for Battery Operated System for Community Outreach (BOSCO) Uganda is a faith-based Not-for-Profit Organization (NPO) under the trusteeship of the Catholic Archdiocese of Gulu.
What is a faith-based Organization?
A faith-based organization is an organization whose values are based on faith and/or beliefs, which has a mission based on social values of the particular faith
In which year was BOSCO Uganda Founded?
BOSCO Uganda was founded in 2006 by Gus Zuehlke and formally registered as a faith-based organization in March 2007.
What does BOSCO Uganda do?
BOSCO Uganda mainly does internet connectivity, solar installation, ICT training and capacity building.
We have set up 55 ICT Centers across different communities in northern Uganda that are used as learning centers and information hubs.
Where is BOSCO Uganda Deployed?
We are currently deployed in the Acholi, Lango and West-Nile sub-regions of Uganda and South Sudan at Kajo Keji and Yei where we have a combined 55 ICT Centers
- Solar Power
- Low Power (10-20W Max) computing equipment
- Point-to-point Wireless internet connection.
- Internal network system
- Voip (Voice over IP) Telephony.
- Linux / Free open source software.
Does BOSCO Uganda being a catholic founded CBO imply that it doesn't support people from other religions?
NO……..BOSCO Uganda doesn’t discriminate basing on religious, political, tribal and any other affiliation and our approach to development is an inclusive on.