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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Virtual engineering company offer services for companies operating in the MENA region via customi
Saayda initiates community-owned development in Saudi Arabias slums.
Entered in Ashoka Fellows
CCT Investments is aiming to offer the most trustable real estate services in Turkey to internati
We facilitates the practical side of learning entrepreneurship we seek to mobilize young female s
Osusu Health breaks down barriers to accessing health care.
Entered in Co-Creating A Healthier World
Through a study conducted by our team in 2011, we discovered that the average percentage of high
المشروع يمثل مبادرة وطنية لتعزيز مساهمة المرأة الاقتصادية في المجتمع من خلال مجموعة من البرامج وا
بيع المنتج مع افراد اخرين من دول مختلفة عن طريق البلاك بيري ، ستكون شبكة بيع واسعة
تعزيز دور المرأة في المملكة العربية السعودية ومنطقة الخليج عن طريق ابتكار فرص جديدة في مجال العمل
Khalid Al-Khudair is promoting employment opportunities for women in the Saudi Arabia though the
I want to put thousands of open education materials available on the internet and those developed
We want to make homegrown rice the preferred choice in Sierra Leone.
Project Athena is a nonprofit organization committed to ensuring that every child in Sierra Leone
Our mission is to provide innovative, capacity-building solutions designed to improve the effecti
We run businesses in farming & food processing to fund free, high-quality education for kids
Play31’s mission is to use the unifying power of football (soccer) to bring together people who h
The ‘Digital Hope’ project supported by ITU explores the human rights of access to communication
We offer professional video workshops to voiceless groups of people, learning them how film, tell
Importance of rural electrification in Villages in Sierra Leone.
The first change is to reduce the degree of malnutrition among children less than 5 years and sec
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