Sokoto House strives to create a space of learning and teaching that values the local genius of our community; a place where leaders feel safe to coordinate and collaborate; a nexus for place-making and transformative initiatives; a place where youth feel safe to learn from mistakes and emerge as skilled instruments of justice and engineers of spiritual and economic prosperity.
The Sokoto House serves as a communal educational space that hosts a large variety of educational events, an expansive library, and opportunities for hands-on business and community development experience.
Sokoto House itself is also a place-making initiative - to create a safe, welcoming, and valuable space and stimulate community cohesion using the nationally recognized, evidence-based Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) curriculum.
Starting with a formerly dormant property asset and revitalizing it through partnership, carving out and maintaining a safe community space along with beneficial community resources, Sokoto House promotes positive CPTED impacts.
For more information, head over to the Sokoto House website.