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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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Virtual engineering company offer services for companies operating in the MENA region via customi
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Rawan is working with students, teachers, families and communities to shift the traditional, rote
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Sami is breaking the vicious cycle of elitism and nepotism, shifting the prevailing passivity and
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Mohamed Abu Amerah is recreating the tightly knit social fabric of the Arab society, torn apart b
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Rabee Zureikat has created a form of tourism which changes existing social systems and progresses
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Zeinab Al-Momani believes that only women themselves can demand their full economic, social and p
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Jordan is a land of many ethnic indigenous and immigrant groups, religions and cultural tradition
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Raghda Butros is working in Jordan to engage citizens of all economic classes in local developmen
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Unemployment in Jordan is high, estimated at 13.5% .Renas’ goal is to alleviate poverty and une
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SUSTA fashion is Sustainable fashion ,Unique pieces ,Smart look,Timeless outfit and Affordable li
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“Pack to the Roots”–a backpack full of intelligent design,traditional textile crafts and social e
The HappyTap is revolutionizing how we tackle infectious disease.
We are putting the dental clinic into a mobile vehicle, a bus, taking it to the less fortunate ar
Well-trained overall look and movers are trying to offer appropriate alternatives which is determ
We at trip to Innovation work on fighting unemployment in the Arab world mainly by equipping our
The RUBIC Center Project aims to enhance the capacity of parents, educators and the community to
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More than 60% of the world’s total new annual cancer cases occur in low and middle income countri
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The Happy Scarf handwoven by the Bhutanese illiterate women enables them to not only have a sourc