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 35 ideas
Vetiver Solutions invests in communities by utilizing vetiver, a plant with an extensive root sys
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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
Streethearts is a change agent for street children, helping to redirect the course of their lives
We make plastic waste a currency to alleviate global poverty.
There are millions of children in the world of emerging developing countries who do not have acce
To inspire underprivileged girls in developing countries to pursue a S.T.E.A.M fiel
The Palestinians living in the West Bank suffer from water scarcity ;even if it rains well most o
Our experience in Haiti in humanitarian development projects, previous experience in other organi
Haiti Ventures is a venture capital firm that partners with mid-market entrepreneurs, which are n
We are two Veterinary Medical Students studying Food Animal Production Medicine with an interest
Mothering Across Continents is a 501c3 non-profit platform providing coaching, consulting and men
DUFH is changing Haiti’s healthcare system through academic efforts while providing its Diaspora
Creating / implementing a medical regimen, including technological, cultural and behavioral inter
In the world, 1 in 6 live in slums, 35% lack access to improved sanitation, 60% of the poorest pe
Souktel seeks to transform labor markets and economies from opaque systems that exclude the avera
Souktel a pour but de transformer le marché de l'emploi, pour passer d'un système opaque qui excl
Souktel busca transformar os mercados de trabalho e as economias de sistemas não transparentes -
Souktel busca transformar los mercados laborales y la economía de los sistemas que excluyen al ci
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