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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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Vetiver Solutions invests in communities by utilizing vetiver, a plant with an extensive root sys
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Reef Life nanotechnologies assist bonding of oceanic creatures, coral polyps, plants, medicines &
Stanley DUMEUS's picture
Hint: This will be the first introductory text about this project that viewers will see.
SULI LAB wants to democratize access to light & clean energy for everyone, by designing porta
Poverty levels in many humans living today are very high, they lack the most basic services, caus
Natural fiber production and meat production can be integrated in an environmentally green manner
Natural fiber production and meat production can be integrated in an environmentally green manner
Linsey Jorgenson's picture
Streethearts is a change agent for street children, helping to redirect the course of their lives
Batak Craft aims to rehabilitate the Batak's physical and cultural health by addressing the
Ending poverty is not a job of just a single person or a foundation.
Textile Waste is one of the biggest environmental effects of the Fashion Industry.
Ako’y Magsasakang Organiko is a social enterprise that aims to fight hunger and poverty by decrea
GreenSoul Shoes is a social enterprise that aims to shoe 1 million shoeless children in 10 years.
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Food Planner is a post harvest facility aiming to anchor local farmer’s produce direct access to
Project Mushroom is a social enterprise aiming to foster and encourage farmers towards agribusine
Shaun Frankson's picture
We make plastic waste a currency to alleviate global poverty.
Jean Paul Laurent's picture
There are millions of children in the world of emerging developing countries who do not have acce
There are over 7,000 island in the Philippines, most of these islands do not have access to elect
Fishy Folk teaches skin diving through guided trips to the ocean.
Amina Swanepoel's picture
In the Philippines, 15 women die daily due to preventable complications of pregnancy and childbir