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 23 ideas
Claire Reid's picture
Reel Gardening is a Patented, South African Handmade product that capacitates anyone, regardless
If we are all part of the problem then we all need to be farmers of the solution.
Thanda is a non-profit organisation that empowers communities to break the cycle of generational
Youth centre is a social and profit entities that works with young people from vulnerable areas
Where emergency relief is needed, food aid distribution inefficiencies waste much food, leaving m
Brett Davies's picture
This is a clean, safe, waterless sanitation system.
Claire Reid's picture
The Reel Gardening seed tape anchors seed at the correct depth and distance apart and saves 80% w
moWoza improves access to goods, livelihoods and economic opportunities in grassroot communities
Basil Kransdorff's picture
The new paradigm - make human beings nutrient replete and thus physiologically functional.
Empower communities that have no access to common electricity.
Babu Raja Shrestha's picture
The basic objective of the program is to harnessing renewable energy and appropriate utilization
The project has envisaged the capacity building of district and community level women on their ec
Jagat Bahadur Basnet's picture
The idea builds on the conviction of people’s power to effect a bottom-up change, power that gets
From our earlier work with popularizing 2-wheel tractors we understood the power of the market.
Umthathi trains historically disadvantaged community groups in organic food gardening.
Babu Raja Shrestha's picture
The basic objective of the program is to harnessing renewable source of energy and appropriate ut
) An integration of all appropriate technologies that are relative, applicable, practical, scalab
Kristoff Potgieter's picture
The Amanzi Project wants to grow fish in a way that protects the natural ecology and improves the
SA produces enough food for all its citizens, yet 11 million people do not have the fundamental s