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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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Ellen Chilemba's picture
We are empowered young women overcoming poverty by creating sustainable ventures that transform o
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To pioneer sustainable change in the way malnutrition is addressed globally by treating people at
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Luisa Salazar's picture
Es un programa educativo a través de un juego de mesa 
Charles is providing clean water and decent sanitation facilities to households and primary schoo
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Mama Manneh is creating replicable, grassroots-based solutions to the most severe food security p
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Alpha Fall and Ashoka Fellow Julia Harrington are working to strengthen and enforce international
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By training human rights organizations to use the monitoring and enforcement procedures made poss
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Badara Jobe has developed a grassroots, farmer-to-farmer approach to sustainable agriculture that
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Fatou Bin Jobe is establishing after-school learning centers to provide affordable remedial educa
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Yusupha Kujabi is helping rural Gambians use solar technology to process and preserve food in an
Entered in Ashoka Fellows
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Sigga M. Jagne's picture
Creates employment, builds skills and robust small-businesses for diverse, poorest youths (includ
Ellen Chilemba's picture
We are building a women's center for education and entrepreneurship to further s
Khama is an accessories brand built on a collaboration between designers in London and Malawi.
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Using a solar powered fishing light we have created a solution to allow fishermen to increase the
As of 2015, 10% of the cashews produced in Africa are processed and exported directly to Europe.
Aspuna Group is a new generation international commodities trader.
In Malawi, over 80% of the poor are small-holder farmers.
We believe that self-motivated private and young entrepreneurs managing small-scale enterprises c
Paola Masperi's picture
What do women we speak to in Malawi want? They don't want hand-outs, they want choices.