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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FoodCycle builds communities by combining volunteers, surplus food and spare kitchen spaces to cr
ColaLife: piggybacking simple medicines on Cola supply chains, to save lives in underserved rural areas in Africa
Coca-Cola gets everywhere, yet essential medicines (EMs) are hard to get in rural developing worl
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Home is within our heart. Furnishings in our homes makes them places to relax.
Through books, apps & cartoons we tell the story of ‘Detective Dot’, an 8 year old female cod
Karisma Kidz is a multi-award-winning brand delivering positive social impact using digital games
GiveVision is a software that powers any smart glasses to act as a guide for blind and partially
Khama is an accessories brand built on a collaboration between designers in London and Malawi.
RubyMoon sustainable swim & activewear donates all it's profits to women entrepreneurs i
We source ethical products at a fair price from social enterprises and community groups, and prov
Balloon selects exceptional volunteers to work with entrepreneurs in Kenya, Uganda, or Ghana.
Gen Community develops, finances and manages community owned renewable energy projects in low inc
Raise her Voice- a social enterprise with multi layered benefit & holistic approach.
Netwookie matches job requests and job seekers across any digital and social divide.
We enable women-led artisan groups to directly sell high quality accessories to international con
Over two billion people lack formal ID, precluding them from services like healthcare.
An online retailer for fashion made by underserved women’s groups. No sweatshops, no photoshop.
What do women we speak to in Malawi want? They don't want hand-outs, they want choices.
Tengri is a brand built by people unwilling to settle for the status quo.
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