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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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Ousmane TOURE's picture
Underdevelopment arises when society gives too much and receives too little or nothing at all fro
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Olumide Adeleye's picture
Twim Academy is a school of media and creative arts located in Ibadan, Nigeria.
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Mary Anne Amorim Ribeiro's picture
With 100% assimilation, PUPA OVERCOME brought recreational activities to low-income caregivers fr
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Mary Anne Amorim Ribeiro's picture
Com 100% de assimilação, o PUPA VENCER trouxe experiências lúdicas para cuidadoras de baixa renda
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Maria Stamataki's picture
Brace Social Coop acts on supporting caregivers to develop empathic, secure relationships and pos
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Sutthichai Boonprasop's picture
เด็กไทยจะสามารถเข้ามาเรียนฟิสิกส์หลักสูตรชั้นนำจากทั่วโลก ที่ได้ก็ได้ เวลาได้ก็ได้ ผ่านทางเว็บไซต
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Sarrell Dental es una ONG que provee servicios de salud dental y visual a comunidades vulnerables
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José Correa's picture
Campaña que mejore la educación integral en SSySR y prevención de VIH en adolescentes y jóvenes.
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Realizamos transformadoras herramientas financieras personales de SMS, que ayudan a familias que
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We make transformative SMS personal finance tools that help cash-based households track their spe
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Il était une fois deux artistes autochtones spécialisés dans les nouveaux médias, Jason et Skawen
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The Tsleil-Waututh Child and Family Development has operated for over eight years and are committ
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Once upon a time there were two Aboriginal New Media artists, Jason and Skawennati, who wondered
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Simon Berry's picture
Coca-Cola est vendu partout dans le monde, et pourtant les médicaments essentiels (ME) sont diffi
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Tiago Dalvi's picture
There is more than 39 millions of our fellow citizens in Brazil (23% of our population) who, desp
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Tiago Dalvi's picture
Le Brésil compte plus de 39 millions de personnes (soit 23 % de la population) qui, malgré un tra
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