Partnership with Nibus (Denmark)

Our main partner: Nibus Denmark
CEO: Buster Norsk

Nibus is a company in Denmark and has been our main partner with whom we ve been able to carry out some of the main projects of the NASCO FEEDING MINDS/Nasco Foundation.

The Sawla library centre was formally launched on the 16th September 2014. Where by 25 computers was send from Buster Norsk.

A training officer was engage and he is Mr Abdul-Majeed Jibril who activated the operation of the centre into a full fledge training centre on 13th October 2014. The center has been opened to all persons in and around the district. For proximity and maximum use of the center, Eight (8) schools benefit from the center directly by attending their Information and Communication Technology at the center. These include: Nakpala D/A Junior High (241 students), Sawla D/A Primary (621 students), English and Arabic Junior High (167 students), English and Arabic Primary (342), Changbaliyiri D/A Junior High 219), Changbaliyiri D/A Primary (480), Saako Preparatory Junior High(66) and Saako Preparatory Primary School (65).

The basic rudiments of ICT have been learnt by these students at different levels though. Specifics include:

Introduction to computer

  • The history of computer
  • What a computer is
  • The uses of computer
  • Parts of the computer
  • Types of computer

It is worthy of note that, the community ICT center is currently imparting knowledge to two thousand two hundred and one (2,201) students.

Tuna Senior High School

Donors: Nibus- Denmark

Teacher: Solomon Kanda

Students would pay Ghc 3 a term for sustainability and expansion

In reaching out to new communities and more students in our bid to enlighten many, the Tuna Senior High Technical School has been highlighted to be the beneficiary of our next project, en which Buster Norsk, has once again showed his amazing gratitude of col.laboration by providing the neede support to carry out thise amazing project.


The project seeks to benefit some one thousand two hundred and seventy (1270) students at the high school directly and about another one thousand two hundred (660) basic school students from the St. Pauls JHS (178) students, St. Johns JHS (138) students, St. Peters JHS (173) students and Tuna D/A JHS (171 students) cluster of schools who will also benefit from the facility as they will attend ICT lessons at the centre intermittently making a total of 1930 students.

The project is aimed at providing the necessary tools to equip beneficiaries with knowledge in ICT as a requisite tool for global competitive demands. The Centers will be open to students, teachers, workers and all those who wish to acquire knowledge in ICT.