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 71 ideas
Thorsten Kiefer's picture
WASH United (WASH = WAter, Sanitation & Hygiene) develops interactive games that use the powe
Bodo Hoenen's picture
There are hundreds of millions of children unable to get a quality education.
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Female unemployment is worse than that of males in Kenya.
The continued silence and limited information available on menstruation results in millions of fe
8 of10 students graduates from high school in marginalized communities in Kenya, but never get to
A reusable sanitary towel is product that can be reused for the whole year.
Isabella Asenwa's picture
The Hawkers Market Girls Centre (HMGC) is a community-based organization that empowers girls and
Peninah Muthoni's picture
Since 2007 this project has provided poor young women with sanitary towels, underpants & repr
Empowering girls with skills of making reusable sanitary towels
Raise her Voice- a social enterprise with multi layered benefit & holistic approach.
Joshua N Munyao's picture
Hint: AfyaMobi is an Interactive Bulk sms Mobile Platform designed to provide accurate and timely
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Most of Kenya's population live in rural areas which comprises of the youths and women;who h
AkiraChix provides opportunities that reduce intergenerational poverty among young women from vul
Easy Access is an idea that seeks to have any mobile phone owner (or those with access to one) ha
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In Kenya, up to 80% of girls entering primary school never complete primary education.
This project provides an educative and entertaining activities for underprivileged, vulnerable ch
Rhobai Musimbi's picture
My prayers are that God opens more doors and encourages Samaritans to help assist poor girls and
James Waruiru's picture
About 90% of Kiambu county populous lives below a dollar.
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KCCI promotes economic independence and healthy child development via community-driven early chil