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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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With the rapid growth in the digital space, a group of individuals have been spotted.
Poor solid waste management has been a major problem in Nigeria, it is the cause of most health i
I plan to use this mini recycling pilot start-up as a tool to encourage, entrench and make trendy
Cash4Trash ensures environmental sustainability by promoting recycling and thereby reducing waste
Chioma Ukonu's picture
RecyclePoints is a waste recycling and social benefit venture that operates an incentive-based sc
SAMPLER is created to form a centralized sytem that networks every one who wants to be part of th
IGHO EUGENE's picture
We develop a competitive edge by utilizing environmental best practices, producing healthy homes
FM energy limited will be an energy bio-gas (bio-methane), animal waste and domestic waste for en
For poor women cassava producers in Nigeria who are stuck in vicious cycle of back-breaking labor
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Grace Anuforo's picture
Driven by a passion for the female folk (girl-child in particular) and the less privileged.
Musa Mohammed's picture
“Recycle Farming”
David Bamidele Ayo's picture
Mushrooms are highly nutritive, low-calories food with good quality protein, vitamins and mineral
Israel Alegbeleye's picture
The project focus on digitizing clinical record and operations.
FarmBox is a solar-powered fish farm/tank that recycles fish waste water by direction aeration us
Bilikiss Adebiyi-Abiola's picture
Wecyclers harnesses the power of urban communities to reclaim neighborhoods from unmanaged waste
Chidozie Okafor's picture
In EcoGreen Energy, We seek to promote the use and recognition of organic wastes as a valuable co
We solve the problem of indiscriminate waste disposal and open incineration in Abia state, Nigeri
The transformational approach to waste management is the proposed project by the "Waste-Undertake
Etido Elijah's picture
This innovation bridges gap between health professionals and patients seeking first hand solution
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