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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 building a women's center for education and entrepreneurship to further s
Haitham Shoman's picture
Disability should never be the obstacle to fulfill dreams & create a change.
Khama is an accessories brand built on a collaboration between designers in London and Malawi.
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This project contributes to the development of disadvantaged areas through the creation of a citi
Shaal is a mobile and internet community helps Egyptian women to face sexual harassment on street
BADAWEYA empowers female Bedouin handicraft producers to build up their own business.
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This project aims to save female prisoners who are victims of poverty from the danger of returnin
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Train 25 marginalized women in impoverished community, to perform practical community needs asses
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The workshop was officially opened in November 2010 with the idea of creating a laboratory of tex
Our project aims at youth women empowerment and employement.
This project is about having a campaign called "Organize and Influence", through which The Egypti
AMPP fights poverty, hunger and malnutrition in Malawi by promoting and establishing sustainable
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HarassMap is a volunteer initiative that works to end social tolerance for sexual harassment usin
50% of premature babies will stop breathing at night.
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Groundbreaking and institutionalizing independent free local media in Egypt, on of the cores of d
Powered with UNDP award , targeting rural communities who suffer of poverty, hunger unemploymen
The urban poor in Malawi are being driven out of their homes and communities due to a gentrificat
Chain of charity and financing programs designed to graduate clients from poverty and informal bu
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