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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 30 ideas
Catherine Namuyanja's picture
Building a cooperative business through setting up of bulking centers in areas of potentially hig
Enterprise. Empower. Develop.
Over a 2.5 year period, 1500 out of school girls in Western Uganda will be provided with the fina
semifinalist
Seth Cochran's picture
We empower the most marginalized people in society to improve health outcomes for families in the
Lucas Akol's picture
A youth self group founded in 2007 registered with Bukedea Civil Organizations Network that uses
Lucas Akol's picture
A youth self group founded in 2007 registered with Bukedea Civil Organizations Network that uses
Expanding options for rural and urban women in Uganda by bringing awareness and education on prop
Paul Nsereko Kinobi's picture
we are a community capacity building institution registered since december 2004,Our core programs
We want to make it affordable for doctors to perform minimally invasive surgery (MIS) in resource
Steve and Liz Alderman's picture
One billion people, a sixth of the world’s population, have directly experienced torture, terrorism
Jennifer Braun's picture
The change I want to bring to the world is a fundamental shift in how maternity care is delivered
Jacqueline Cutts's picture
Every year, more than 350,000 women die in childbirth while millions more are injured.
The three stones project promotes economic empowerment of rural communities in Africa through pro
ORIBAGS INNOVATIONS is a social and environmental enterprise dealing in the manufacture of paper
Utilizando su red existente, la Iniciativa de Microfinanzas de Mujeres establecerá una educación
finalist
Utilizando a rede existente, a iniciativa de Microfinanças para mulheres estabeleceria um program
finalist
Promoting access to land for 100 War affected women in Northern Uganda who are landless, suffered
Using GPS trackers to monitor landless women's time use and travel patterns demonstrates the conn