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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.

 

Total 28 ideas
If we are all part of the problem then we all need to be farmers of the solution.
SchoolMedia was founded in 2010 and ever since we have made it possible for government and privat
Youth centre is a social and profit entities that works with young people from vulnerable areas
A youth radio station concerned with empowering youth through education and life skills.
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Four Elements Environmental Scholarships have been awarded to selected school children to attend
90% of South African households lack internet access.
Brett Davies's picture
This is a clean, safe, waterless sanitation system.
Sandile Shabangu's picture
Startup Mzansi Foundation is the answer to an increasingly bigger delay that’s threatening us in
I want to improve lives of the disadvantage children.
Anthony Villett's picture
Develop A Smart Cell Phone Friendly Universal Keypad Prepaid Electricity Devise, That Will Activa
Rebecca Sweetman's picture
Tutudesk UK supports the South African organisation the Desmond Tutu 2015 Tutudesk Campaign Centr
I believe that my project has potential to change the mindset of a rural small businesses especia
Ros Perry's picture
Fun B2B brand that manufactures, retails and distributes salon-quality beauty products.
Michael Hubbard's picture
Poco is a mHealth solution that aims to extend public health care networks to every citizen, part
Basil Kransdorff's picture
The new paradigm - make human beings nutrient replete and thus physiologically functional.
It's an online environmental sustainability network of organisation in Africa and is the first of
It’s a campaign to highlight the issues affecting cancer survivors in South Africa and to develop
Marrying indigenous knowledge with business concepts thereby empowering women to fight poverty an
An idea to focus Baby Boomers to volunteer on Mandela Day 2010.
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