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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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Ananya Raihan is ushering in an era of information-on-demand in the rural areas of Bangladesh by
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Without rapid technological innovation, businesses in the developing world cannot compete and gro
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Moral Noor Mohammad works with farmers along Bangladesh’s southwestern coast to convert their wat
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Shamsun Nahar is providing entrepreneurship training to poor urban women and working toward linki
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Salma Shafi, an architect and urban planner, is facilitating cooperation among slum tenants, marg
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Abu Taleb Talukder is training individuals to transform many of Bangladesh's nearly two mill
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Formerly an agricultural journalist on a television program, Rezaul Karim Siddique is now helping
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Salima Sarwar's efforts to assist village women plant and own valuable trees helps not only
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Humeira Islam founded and leads Bangladesh's first coalition of groups working for the count
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Founder of the Grameen Bank, winner of 2006 Nobel Peace Prize, and leader in microcredit.
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Building Pioneers makes solid houses more affordable, eco-friendly and disaster resistant in deve
The decline of the Jute sector in Bangladesh threatens millions of jobs and rural development.
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More than 89% of our 4 million girls working in the RMG industry use factory floor thrown away st
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currently the population of Dhaka city has begun to rise up day by day.
Development Wheel (DEW) is endeavored for promoting the culture of human rights and good governan
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AASHAR PHOOL creates income generating opportunity for underemployed women in Bangladesh through
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Technology can be so intriguingly beautiful that it can evolve the lives it touches.
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Creating global base information of the society and empowering individuals to raise their voices