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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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O Iraque está passando por um período de violento conflito étnico e religioso.
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L’Irak vit une période de conflits ethniques et religieux violents.
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Irak atraviesa un periodo de conflicto étnico y religioso violento.
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Iraq is living through a period of violent ethnic and religious conflict.
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After leading West Africa's largest self-promotion program for farmers, Rosalie Ouoba is now
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Georgette teaches Burkinabe how to obtain official papers such as identity cards, marriage licens
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Mouni Ouédraogo (Burkina Faso 1997) builds effective community management through a process that
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Prosper Kompaoré (Burkina Faso 1997) is professionalizing social intervention theater in the Sahe
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André-Eugène Ilboudo is building a nonpartisan citizen movement that is opening up a new politica
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Re:Coded transforms the massive intellectual potential of Syrian refugees and IDPs by using a low
La première étape consiste à mobiliser les jeunes à retourner au travail à la ferme à lancé leur
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L'association African solidarité (AAS) est une organisation de lutte contre le VIH/SIDA au Burkin
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The LAP (secondary agricultural schools) provides quality participative education for poor studen
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Burkina 24 utilise du crowdsourcing et des applications web pour informer, éduquer et générer des
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The @tizianoproject wants to elevate citizen media through training, technology, & verificati
In poor countries, land is gold—it is the greatest asset to achieve self-sufficiency.
In Africa, 50% of the household income is spent on wood for open fire cooking producing toxic smo
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