Introduction Adam and Xavier are two volunteers at BOSCO Uganda from the University of Notre Dame in the United States. Adam is a second-year student studying architecture and real estate. Xavier is also a second-year student but studying computer science. Recently, these two volunteers went on a trip to do fieldwork with Fred and Emmanuel, […]
Completion We’re excited to share some exciting news regarding the completion of a metal chain-link fence surrounding our newly constructed tower on Kalongo Hill! Recently, the construction of a new network tower on Kalongo Hill was completed, and thus, the expansion of reliable communication infrastructure was expanded to even more remote areas, including Wipolo, Lukole,
Last week, an extraordinary digital literacy training program organized by BOSCO Uganda took place in Patongo Parish, leaving an indelible impact on the community. This comprehensive initiative covered Introduction to Computers, Microsoft Office Packages, Introduction to the Internet, and Basic Computer Security, empowering participants with essential skills to navigate the digital landscape. The program kicked
On Saturday the 16th, July 2022, BOSCO Uganda officially welcomed new members to its Board of Directors in a meeting that was held at the Bardege ICT Center in Gulu. The members who included BOSCO Uganda cofounder Rev Fr Joseph Okumu, previous Board chairman Lawrence Too-Okema, Dr Miriam Laker-Oketta, Jim Drani Drileba, Francis Odongyoo, Ms.
Community network KICTANET’s regional Coordinator for Community networks, Catherine Kyalo recently made a trip to Uganda where she visited BOSCO Uganda and in this piece, she gives an account of her experience with BOSCO Uganda. By Catherine Kyalo The long journey to Uganda – The Pearl of Africa started at 5 am through Nairobi International
BOSCO UGANDA AND PAMOJA NET HEADLINE 5TH COMMUNITY NETWORK SUMMIT BY IVAN ABOGA RACKARA Tomorrow (24th February 2021) BOSCO Uganda will take part in the fifth Virtual Network summit on community networks session five organized by the Internet Society (ISOC) and Association for Progressive Communications (APC) in collaboration with Germany Development Agency GIZ and the African Union. Themed “Inside