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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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Benjamin Dadson's picture
iTeens is aiming at creating or reviving computer clubs in Ghanaian high schools to engage studen
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Ali Clare's picture
Re:Coded transforms the massive intellectual potential of Syrian refugees and IDPs by using a low
Ignitia is the world’s first highly accurate tropical weather forecasting company.
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Benjamin Dadson's picture
iTeens is aiming at creating or reviving computer clubs in Ghanaian high schools to engage studen
Hint: This will be the first introductory text about this project that viewers will see.
finalist
Teaching children and youth to keep away from hard drugs, crime, sexual immorality, sexual transm
Alessandro Crimi's picture
Prenatal care in rural communities in lowincome countries is not optimal.
Regina Agyare's picture
Soronko Solutions is bringing women and girls in Ghana into the ICT space by providing them with
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Norkplim Ahiatrogah's picture
In wake of increasing levels of graduate unemployment, Africa Innovation Academy offers an innova
Farmerline is a content and technology product company that builds supply chain and value chain s
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Nitin Rana's picture
tiphub supports innovation in the african diaspora and africa.
Unlocking Potential. Business development services tailored for African SMEs
Richard Seshie's picture
VIVUS has developed a mobile-based sales system enabling a near “zero-rot” trade of food staples
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Ghana’s development agenda aspires to a middle-income economy by 2015 buoyed by the private sect
Ghana’s development agenda aspires to a middle-income economy by 2015 buoyed by the private secto
Caroline Casey's picture
People with disabilities are amongst some of the world’s most marginalised, women with disabiliti
Solomon Elorm Allavi's picture
We believe in a technology-powered world where information drive food commodity sales for produce