Spread Out Initiative(SOI) is a Non-Profit organization set up to support the children and youth from diverse background realize their potentials, and attain their dreams of a better future.
We aim to achieve this by providing the environment that breeds innovation and promote digital entrepreneurship.
Spread Out Initiative(SOI) is a centre for opportunities, it enables everyone in the society -irrespective of age, gender, ethnicity, health conditions, or socio-economic status -to access knowledge, be able to communicate effectively, develop digital skills, and improve job prospect and employability.
With Our Vision of Spreading Opportunities for all, our mission is to be the partner organization for social and economic change in our community and beyond. Read More
We equip young people with digital skills to help them create content, understand web design, create user experience, grow social media presence and gain app development skills. We want to help close the digital gap in Africa, improve employability and develop tech entrepreneurs.
Our literacy training help students learn different ways of expressing themselves through different forms of literary skills, gain a greater sense of community and creativity with peers, and build their confidence. We develop vocabulary, spelling, phonics, comprehension and other skills kids need to develop.
Our activities are aimed at changing young girls’ and women’s mentality from stereotyped roles. We create an environment where women and girls empowerment activities boost their self-esteem to participate on an equal platform as their male counterparts. Its our believe that through empowerment, women can have a voice.
We provide intercultural learning opportunities for students and researchers. We support participants to develop their knowledge and deepen their understanding of the Ghanaian people and culture. A unique opportunity to establish lifelong friendships and gain an insight into the Ghanaian culture.
Meet Our team.
Aminu Yussif Larry
Mubarak Abdul Hamid
International Relations( U.S.A )
Children and Youth involved