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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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Cheap and reliable diagnosis of diseases in rural areas, with lack of electricity or water, and i
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Organisations and businesses around the world are looking for effective ways to reduce staffing c
The landing page is very important for you.
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Yahoo help is UK based web directory.
By us collecting unwanted and leftover food from large events, it can help feed the homeless and
We have developed a porous material that can be put inside a gas tank to enable it to store up to
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Home is within our heart. Furnishings in our homes makes them places to relax.
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Karisma Kidz is a multi-award-winning brand delivering positive social impact using digital games
UK produces apparel waste of 350,000tonnes worth £140millions pa.
Mamaby helps women in Indian slums deliver healthy and well nourished babies.
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Art Represent is a platform that empowers artists affected by conflict to reach an international
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Offset Warehouse sources the globe to develop the most beautiful, hand-crafted and fairly-sourced
Charlie Ross's picture
Offset Warehouse sources the globe to develop the most beautiful, hand-crafted and fairly-sourced
Charlie Ross's picture
Offset Warehouse sources the globe to develop the most beautiful, hand-crafted and fairly-sourced
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We are harnessing the power of fashion, eco manufacturing technology and social advocacy to help
The Nusa Project proposes a waste management social-enterprise model that facilitates a process o
Aspuna Group is a new generation international commodities trader.
We enable women-led artisan groups to directly sell high quality accessories to international con
Cambridge University researchers looking to commercialize new technology that transforms plastic