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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.

 

Total 18 ideas
Awareness, combined with Equipment, creates space for Involvement.
Krama Heritage commercializes Cambodia's traditional scarf as a branded fashion accessory to
Krama Heritage commercializes Cambodia's traditional scarf as a branded fashion accessory to
Sebastien Marot's picture
To provide poor parents of marginalized kids with vocational skills-training to produce apparel u
semifinalist
Vanntha Ngorn's picture
Color Silk ail to empower communities through sustainable development of silk weaving work for ec
In many middle east countries, the number of women entering the higher education institutions are
Hand in Hand Afghanistan is in the business of beating poverty.
Vanntha Ngorn's picture
as a social business, with its mission oriented to preserving a silk weaving culture that was at
In many MENA countries, the number of women entering the higher education institutions are increa
Children flourish in school because their moms and big sisters are making 500 sets of school unif
ARZU STUDIO HOPE /Peace Cord's picture
ARZU, which means “hope” in Dari, is an innovative model of social entrepreneurship that helps Af
Alain Goyé's picture
Far too many underprivileged young people cannot access higher education and therefore remain tra
John Shapiro's picture
The Khmer Arts Ensemble fosters the vitality of Cambodian dance across borders and engages in the
Scott Gilmore's picture
Local procurement by donors multiplies the economic impact of aid.
finalist
Monika Nowaczyk's picture
Cambodia Knits is a social enterprise working with marginalized communities near Phnom Penh.
Sakena Yacoobi's picture
Since 1995, the Afghan Institute of Learning has empowered Afghan women-first with literacy and e
Self Employment Program (SEP) producing employment for families in the villages of Afghanistan.
Vanntha Ngorn's picture
as a social business, with its mission oriented to preserving a silk weaving culture that was at