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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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Twenty years of brutal conflict has rendered Liberia nearly the poorest country on earth.
winner
Mama Manneh is creating replicable, grassroots-based solutions to the most severe food security p
Entered in Ashoka Fellows
fellow
Badara Jobe has developed a grassroots, farmer-to-farmer approach to sustainable agriculture that
fellow
Alpha Fall and Ashoka Fellow Julia Harrington are working to strengthen and enforce international
Entered in Ashoka Fellows
fellow
By training human rights organizations to use the monitoring and enforcement procedures made poss
Entered in Ashoka Fellows
fellow
Fatou Bin Jobe is establishing after-school learning centers to provide affordable remedial educa
fellow
Yusupha Kujabi is helping rural Gambians use solar technology to process and preserve food in an
Entered in Ashoka Fellows
fellow
Sigga M. Jagne's picture
Creates employment, builds skills and robust small-businesses for diverse, poorest youths (includ
As of 2015, 10% of the cashews produced in Africa are processed and exported directly to Europe.
Aspuna Group is a new generation international commodities trader.
Mahmud Johnson's picture
M4P creates access to simple oil palm processing mills that help 29,000 smallholder oil palm prod
MiiHealth aims to enhance patient safety principally by transforming infection prevention and con
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The Impact Project will empower smallholder farmers and give them the opportunity to play a
The demand for cool drinks and beverages can be high season due to climate change.
Since its founding, Liberian Energy Network ( LEN )has distributed over 7,000 solar lighting unit
David Norman's picture
The LRUC project is not just about building water wells; it is about community involvement, insta
Joe Wilson's picture
This project seeks to engaged the transportation constraints faced by University of Liberia Stude