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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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FairWear is a social enterprise built to address garment worker abuse and poverty in large scale
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Philippe de Roux's picture
Le projet d'Eau et Vie à Bhashantek, Bangladesh, vise à améliorer les conditions de vie de 2
There is an opportunity to transform food security in Bangladesh.
The decline of the Jute sector in Bangladesh threatens millions of jobs and rural development.
Okaïdi a mis en place un business social pour scolariser 1200 des bidonvilles de Dhaka.
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Over two billion people lack formal ID, precluding them from services like healthcare.
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LaborVoices is building a "TripAdvisor" for workers in developing countries, helping th
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Krishti Aung Leona's picture
More than 89% of our 4 million girls working in the RMG industry use factory floor thrown away st
OOT-BOX is developing a sustainable bag collection and supply chain 'made in bangladesh' by masse
Sadequa Hassan Sejuti's picture
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BIID is an inclusive business with the objective to promote usage of ICT to serve the BoP market
We bring Sanitation Chain where villagers face peer pressure to stop open defecation, get microcr
Rathindranath Pal's picture
Indigenous Handicrafts is an OUTLET (a project also) that sell handicraft goods made by the indig
Every year there is a vast overproduction/discard of vegetables(mainly: spinach, cauliflowers, to
disability has become a challenging problem in our country.
Krishti Aung Leona's picture
More than 89% of our 4 million girls working in the RMG industry use factory floor thrown away st
Eric Dunipace's picture
Traffic crashes are a leading cause of death and disability in Bangladesh and many lives could be
rizwan jahangir's picture
Why people are leaving the agriculture sector and starting to work in other sectors?