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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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College Catts Pressoir is transforming the education system in Haiti by introducing a focus on in
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Approximately one billion people are vitamin and mineral deficient because of lack of access to c
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Vetiver Solutions invests in communities by utilizing vetiver, a plant with an extensive root sys
Truckcare is a vehicle processing center for trucks and buses.
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Este proyecto busca aumentar la integración e inclusión de niños/niñas, jóvenes, adultos con disc
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Conor Bohan is contributing to the emergence of a strong middle class in Haiti by creating a new
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Ahmad Edilbi is introducing a new way to empower, integrate and build social capital in scattered
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Guy Etienne is transforming the education system in Haiti by introducing a strong focus on innova
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A Fighting Chance is a project of Anacaona Dessalines Boxing Institute (ADBI).
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
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SAVE Project (Students Agricultural Venture for our Environment)helps in accomplishing the harves
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Streethearts is a change agent for street children, helping to redirect the course of their lives
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We make plastic waste a currency to alleviate global poverty.
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The basic purpose of the project is to provide a way for keeping cars cool during daytime when th
Food aid needs a makeover and NGOs have the ability to lead the way.
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There are millions of children in the world of emerging developing countries who do not have acce