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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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Ashley Shuyler's picture
The purpose of the Teaching in Action Program is to provide the venue for Tanzanian teachers to m
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Bodo Hoenen's picture
There are hundreds of millions of children unable to get a quality education.
Apps and Girls provides quality coding and entrepreneurship skills to girls aged 10-18 , organiz
BSF is a harmless, non-disturbing fly. By growing BSF using organic waste, we establish:
Japhet Sekenya's picture
Non dairy probiotic drink produced from cereals with a lot of nutritious contents will be used as
  We educate and inspire young people and women on environmental conservation and   waste managem
The Solid Waste Management projects is an initiative that enables low income families to trade an
Ashley Shuyler's picture
Tanzania has one of the lowest secondary school graduation rates for girls in the world with only
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Jimi Akindele's picture
Our venture is based on a successful World Bank backed pilot: the installation of solar panels on
Rev. Japhet Aloyce Kalegeya's picture
Programs directed mainly providing education, resources, technology, and other forms of social su
We bring change in the world through helping women and men cope with the impact of fast globalizi
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This a project whereby all precautions about ecology are taken into account.
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Young female soccer camp for impoverished girls living in the Kilimanjaro region of Tanzania.
Coaches across Continents uses football as an educational tool to teach HIV/AIDS prevention, Fema
In Northern Tanzania, most teenage mothers who have ended up being lone mothers as well know very
Powering Potential intends to replicate a model we successfully piloted to install solar-powered