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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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Archipelago is one of the largest communities of young entrepreneurs in Western Europe.
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Melody Brenna's picture
Reef Life nanotechnologies assist bonding of oceanic creatures, coral polyps, plants, medicines &
Mohammed al-Kilany is changing Middle Eastern labor markets and economies from opaque systems tha
Entered in Ashoka Fellows
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The project Boron aims to make the access to clean energy easier and satisfy the basic needs of h
GreenLoo provides a public health service: it is a portable dry toilet that targets rural areas t
Indoor air pollution, caused by wood and charcoal smoke, is responsible for respiratory, heart an
"Safa" is a project that aims to build a sustainable activity of production and selling
What if you could choose between two shirts: one laden with hundreds of toxins and requiring enor
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
Eliah English's picture
YAMAS was founded to empower and support our partners and to reconceptualize the pro
Batak Craft aims to rehabilitate the Batak's physical and cultural health by addressing the
Ako’y Magsasakang Organiko is a social enterprise that aims to fight hunger and poverty by decrea
Climate change results in torrential & erratic rains, excessive flooding instantly disabling
HITCH is a modern approach to transport through a mobile/web application providing a booking and
Project Mushroom is a social enterprise aiming to foster and encourage farmers towards agribusine
Kallfly is an On-Demand virtual Contact Center marketplace, connecting businesses with experience
OZ Media is an audiovisual production agency,based in Morocco.
Food spoilage is a real problem in developing countries.
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Invention as it was said is the mother of necessity.
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