BISCOTA is entirely managed/run by the community. The annual general meeting elects the committee to represent the community. Revenues from tourism are proof ploughed into community projects such as education, health and sanitation and poaching reduction. Most employees are from the community except in case where there is a need for special skills.
BISCOTA’s Net incomes are spent from the community development projects and therefore, there has been direct investment. Also because of employing the community and buying local materials, there has been general development in the area.
However, the general development is complimented by other income generating activities in the areas such as agriculture and employment opportunities in the neighboring Kibale National park.