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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This project intend to improve the local banana farmer's livelihood through information sharing,
Duhange Project is an initiative which was initiated by Brain Technologies Ltd, in order to nurtu
A business plan competition for African university students that seeks to harness grassroots entr
The Ihangane Project believes that sustainable improvements in health occur through home-grown so
Beekeeping has been carried out across many generations in Rwanda (GATARE).
Mission Statement: Indego strives to empower thousands of African businesswomen by providing oppo
We want to bring a new way of breaking HIV/AIDS cycle by empowering sex workers; a group whose H
Stop Prostitution Around the Campus ( SPAC)fighting prostitution around the National University of Rwanda.
The change we want to bring to the world is to create job opportunity for sex workers and then sa
SHE’s vision is to develop sustainable and holistic business models, primarily in the health sect
O genocídio Tutsi em Ruanda (1994) deixou muitas das mulheres sobreviventes traumatizadas, sem co
El genocidio Tutsi en Ruanda en 1994, dejó a muchas mujeres sobreviviente traumatizadas sin confi
Le génocide des Tutsi rwandais en 1994 a laissé beaucoup de survivantes traumatisées sans confian
The 1994 genocide in Rwanda left much suffering, poverty and social disruption.
The 1994 Rwandan Tutsi Genocide, left many women survivors traumatised, with no self confidence,
Increasing the entrepreneurial capabilities of women by helping them create sustainable businesse
Nuru Energy seeks to replace expensive and polluting kerosene lamps in Africa by introducing the
Akilah is a career training and leadership institute for young women in Kigali, Rwanda.
NET program aims at reducing nutrition-related health problems at 77% of Rwandan infants, young c
SHE launched SHE28 in 2009 in Rwanda to address the lack of affordable menstrual products, causin
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