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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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Diana Corrales's picture
Fabretto supports early child development in at-risk rural Nicaraguan communities by training pub
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We intend to give the citizens a straight channel, of online access, to contact the public author
Entered in Feedback Labs
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Pretendemos dar aos cidadãos um canal direto, acessível online para contactarem as autoridades pú
Entered in Feedback Labs
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la migración es un derecho humano apoya al desarrollo de las naciones y de las person
<p>Para tener en cuenta: Este será el primer texto introductorio acerca del proyecto que lo
promover el desarrollo de habilidades y capacidades de adolescentes y jóvenes sordos y ciegos
Miguel Neiva's picture
Miguel is transforming visual communication through a simple, universal and inclusive code that r
Entered in Ashoka Fellows
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Flaviano equips communities and grassroots CSOs to measure the harmful consequences of natural re
Entered in Ashoka Fellows
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In Central America, the breakdown of law and order during the past twenty years has led to high l
Entered in Ashoka Fellows
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Ana Criquillon Poulhazan's picture
Ana has created a Central America-wide fund to finance grassroots women's groups throughout
Entered in Ashoka Fellows
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Catalina Ruiz creates tourism programs in resource-rich Nicaraguan communities to generate revenu
Entered in Ashoka Fellows
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By using a cleaning method without the usage of water Book-n-Wash proposes to reduce service cost
Principe is full of potential but has no efforts on education.
Becca Mohally Renk's picture
Vida Harvest reverses loss of family farming by returning more profit to farmers.
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Miguel Neiva's picture
ColorADD is raising society awareness for colorblindness, providing a innovative solution that he
What if every places in the world are designed for all?
1 in 5 people needs accessibility to make decisions.