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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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Diana Corrales's picture
Fabretto supports early child development in at-risk rural Nicaraguan communities by training pub
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To produce a gathering, the Common Ground Country Fair, in the spirit of a harvest festival that
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Orora Global is a social enterprise with the focus to eliminate the problem of energy poverty in
We are creating a tech solution that tracks the flow of organic cotton from the farmer to the mil
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Kathryn Campos's picture
Alter-Art will enhance small-space living worldwide, promote healthy social gatherings for all so
Frances Bursch's picture
Food from Forests will provide a nutritious rainforest tree food, Maya Nut (Brosimum alicastrum)
Natalie Relich's picture
OHorizons designs, implements and scales low-tech solutions to benefit underserved communities.
Mobilized Construction maintains dirt roads in rural communities in Uganda .
$120 billion worth of biomass (e.g.
We’re building an supply chain network in Southern California for hemp textiles by partnering wit
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JVP
Maji-Maji is initiative to bring Safe and Clean
ENVenture works with respected community based organizations (CBOs) already based in the last mil
Reiefwatch connects the developing world with a cloud-based system in order to prevent stockouts
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Joel Bwana's picture
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Maji-Maji is initiative to bring Safe and Clean
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QUO provides to the value chain a tool to manage, validate and record trade.
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Kristin Van Busum's picture
Project Alianza builds a sustainable, community-based alliance to radically improve the quality o
Jason Seagle's picture
Vayando is a for-profit social enterprise that puts micro-entrepreneurs on the tourism map.
There are many open dumps in India which cause disease and pollution.
Road maintenance and construction micro-enterprise has two components, 1.
David Norman's picture
The LRUC project is not just about building water wells; it is about community involvement, insta