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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The exclusion of Uganda's poor from formal financial services have made savings cooperatives (SAC
The LIL Project was founded on the principle that every child deserves a fair chance to a quality
WHAT IF EVERY AFRICAN CITIZEN, OLD, YOUNG, WOMAN OR MAN HAD ACCESS TO AFFORDABLE MOBILE FINANCIA
We are trying to take our product to market and find other interested charities who could be inte
Empowering the rural poor to access financial services for poverty eradication using Village savings and loans association model
COVOID is a child focused, NGO, registered with the Uganda Government undertaking livelihood/food
PRIDE MICROFINANCE LIMITED (MDI) is the leading Microfinance Deposit Taking Institution (MDI), am
Ffene is a business platform on which SMEs can carry out various business processes cheaply.
Maendeleo Foundation reaches out to communities and schools with up to date computer skills and i
Owino Internet is a social network facility aimed at providing affordable internet connection to
Guerrilla Lending is a new company based in Uganda that will be offering financialservices unique
Green Bank for poor people's sustainable livelhoods is a self-sustaining social, profit oriented
WMI provides comprehensive village-level microfinance for women in rural East Africa with a susta
WMI’s village-level microfinance program offers loans, training and support for rural African wom
We empower the most marginalized people in society to improve health outcomes for families in the
WMI provides village-level microfinance to launch women into business, graduating them in two yea
VAT buys assets and gives them to persons on loan, who pay periodically through a telesaving pro
Ice Scream 4 Africa: a for-profit co-operative, making and selling ice cream on the streets of Ka
Nearly half the world's population relies on traditional fuels for cooking, heating and lighting.
The Women's Microfinance Initiative works with village-level organizations to bring loans to impo
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