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Explore this collection of the world’s most promising social innovations, submitted from every corner of the globe. These solutions give you insights into where the world is heading in the future.

 

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Ashley Shuyler's picture
The purpose of the Teaching in Action Program is to provide the venue for Tanzanian teachers to m
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Bodo Hoenen's picture
There are hundreds of millions of children unable to get a quality education.
Yared Fubusa's Gombe School of Environment and Society is improving conditions for people an
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Starting in Maasai land, Moringe is restructuring formal "indigenous" education systems
Entered in Ashoka Fellows
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Lucy Devall's picture
An appropriate technology challenge for students in the UK and Tanzania to learn, make and share
We believe education as a basic human right, and that literacy open the door to a life of learni
Lunyiliko Komba's picture
We'll sell affordable greenhouses,automated drip kits and solar powered sensors.In the next decad
Wilhelm Oddo's picture
Nlab works to build an ICT competitive, creative and innovative young generation in Tanzania by i
Apps and Girls provides quality coding and entrepreneurship skills to girls aged 10-18 , organiz
Cross cultural collaboration between businesses, communities & educational institutions to im
Someone I look up to said "Do you want to create your own wave or surfboard on someone else's?" G
Audrey Hickey's picture
Thought Collective is an ethical fashion company employing and empowering women.
Multiplatform edutainment to educate and inspire Africa's 440 million kids to become sustain
Lunyiliko Komba's picture
We'll sell affordable greenhouses,automated drip kits and solar powered sensors.In the next decad
Yvan De Coninck's picture
An innovative approach combining vocational training in renewable energy, enterprise and job crea
Brighton Ross Kinemo's picture
Gazedu comes from a word "Gazeti " a swahili word which means newspaper and EDU which means educa
Raul Guerrero's picture
The Disposable Project is a volunteer-run social enterprise based on the photographs produced by
Ashley Shuyler's picture
Tanzania has one of the lowest secondary school graduation rates for girls in the world with only