Profuturo software program launched
Nasco Feeding Minds, a local Non-governmental Organisation has launched a new software program dubbed Profuturo software in the Sawla-Tuna-Kalba district in the Savanna Region.
Date Created : 11/17/2022 12:00:00 AM : Story Author : Takora Iddrisu Benjamin/Ghanadistricts.com
The chief executive officer of the Nasco Feeding Minds, Mr. Seidu Nuhu Seidu Banasco said his NGO started with less ICT centers in the Sawla Township but now have up to 14 ICT Centers of which 12 are within the Sawla-Tuna-Kalba District and 2 others at Techiman in the Bono East Region.
“My aim of introducing the software is mainly to help students learn all kinds of subjects on this “Profuturo” and has been made very simply for students to use. Adding as a result of this program they have been able to employ 6 persons who are going through a special training as trainer of trainers to come and serve as supervisor’s or coaches who will give training to the schools ICT teachers to also teach their students and as a result each of them made supervisor or coaches were giving a laptop computer each to help them to learn more to come out and train the students’ he said.
Mr. Banasco said the Nasco Feeding Minds will not relax and will do everything within their power to see to it that ICT takes over and impacts the lives of young people as ICT is the main tool now in every sector.
Chief Bajibtowura Albert Iddisah who represented the Sawlawura assured the CEO of Nasco Feeding Minds that they are all times ready to support his good works and always ready to hear from him anytime he calls on them as Chiefs and wish that he won’t just stop here but put more efforts by changing more lives through his NGO and wished him well in all his activities.
Madam Soale Abiba District Education Director for the Sawla-Tuna-Kalba thanked Mr. Banasco for his good works in trying to change the lives of young children through the education sector.
She noted that the education directorate already knows what the NGO has been doing for them in the education sector and that they should support the program and assures him that any program they bring they will support it to bring out the best and improve on the ICT learning in the District.
She added that they should adopt the new technology of learning and gave an example of how they had a chance to travel to Accra because a student was selected from the sawla district to represent in a reading festival.
The programme was attended by Sawla-Tuna-Kalba Education Director, a delegation from Sawlawura’s Palace, headmasters of some selected schools and other stakeholders.