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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 71 ideas
Eco friendly Charcoal briquettes factory with Franchise opportunity for Women in rural areas.
In rural Mozambique schools are almost non-existent, having been destroyed in the country's
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Is it reasonable that many people in developing countries go hungry even though enough food is gr
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Terra Nova produces compost from urban waste, reducing groundwater pollution and carbon emissions
Osusu Health breaks down barriers to accessing health care.
Social Franchise Vision Centers revolutionize access to eye care for the poor through a business
I want to put thousands of open education materials available on the internet and those developed
CleanStar Mozambique is an integrated food, energy and forest protection business, producing and
Que as mulheres do sul de Moçambique participem activamente na tomada de decisões e aumentem o se
pretende se com o presente projecto reduzir a pobres absoluta na republica de Mocambique, provinc
ALIMI is a Limited Responsibility Cooperative, based in Cuamba, Niassa, Mozambique, which was est
CleanStar Mozambique is an integrated food, energy and forest protection business, producing and
We want to make homegrown rice the preferred choice in Sierra Leone.
Pathfinder International has changed and saved the lives of women and their families throughout t
Project Athena is a nonprofit organization committed to ensuring that every child in Sierra Leone
Our mission is to provide innovative, capacity-building solutions designed to improve the effecti
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Terra Nova is recycling urban solid waste, decreasing methan emissions and pollutions risks.
We run businesses in farming & food processing to fund free, high-quality education for kids
Play31’s mission is to use the unifying power of football (soccer) to bring together people who h
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The ‘Digital Hope’ project supported by ITU explores the human rights of access to communication