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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.

 

Total 21 ideas
Abdul Muizz's picture
HerFloor is an all-in-one marketplace for women to buy and sell products or services, share exper
Noor Aftab's picture
In 2008, United States was ready for a black President but not a Woman President.
doctHERs™ connects marginalized communities to high-quality health & wellness services while
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doctHERs™ provides vulnerable communities, including at-risk textile workers with access to high-
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Raja Shaleem Samuel Gill's picture
Working Women in third world countries for sewing in apparel industry can attain good environment
The establishment of Non-IT training center for those deprived girls who have no business skills,
Our program is to educate rural women of Pakistan regarding the harmful effects of tobacco usage
NAYA JEEVAN is the emerging world's first healthcare plan for the marginalized.
Sahar Ghazi's picture
Hosh media: Pakistan’s first crowdsourcing initiative that takes young online voices onto the mai
Naveen Naqvi's picture
Gawaahi provides a space for Pakistanis to blog, vlog, take pictures to tell their own stories.
Irshad Mughal's picture
Through setting up WGB, poverty will be reduced and employment at rural areas will be generated s
Khalida Brohi's picture
Sughar aims to end the wrong side of tribal traditions in Pakistan like “Honor” Killing, Exchange
Empowering poor women to gain rightful access to and ownership of land, and advocating for increa
Women's Development Fund works to create a perpetual congenial environment for the women folk fro
Our idea is that’s why innovative because the first time the number of 70000 thousand scouts volu
Amna Asad's picture
As three quarters of young Pakistani girls are not enrolled in school.
Buksh Foundation initiated LaML in 2012, to cater to 63.8% of the 196.17 M population of Pakistan
Abdul Muizz's picture
Pakistan is one of the bottom 10 countries with regards to the participation of women in the work