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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 34 ideas
YGAP supplies energy efficiency and health products to rural communities in Uganda.
YGAP supplies energy efficiency and health products to rural communities in Uganda.
RAN Power Uganda Limited we shall be able to produce power in places were there is very little or
The idea is to have a device that will help find lost pets, children, elderly or people with a di
This project seeks to earnest the use of the abundance solar energy to power Ultra Violet water t
SoLight provides the first steps for Ugandans climbing the energy ladder.
Ronald Ssenfuka's picture
This is a social enterprise that works with unemployed youth to produce and market environmental
Abubaker Musuuza's picture
Village Energy works with families in rural and urban slums of Uganda to address their energy nee
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Waste management in Kampala is a big problem as uncollected piles of waste often lay on the stree
Nolbert Muhumuza's picture
We design, manufacture and sell QUAD Top-Lit UpDraft (TLUD) gasifier stoves that utilize the pyro
Ronald mulonde's picture
The strategic plan of the project is to empower the local people with knowledge to harness their
CleanStar Mozambique is an integrated food, energy and forest protection business, producing and
ENVenture aims to create and expand sustainable goods ventures (SGV) in developing countries in o
Patrick Hamya's picture
This is School management information system that will be used to monitor and support the primary
Nolbert Muhumuza's picture
Giving Hope Foundation (No.S.5914/9068)works with disadvantaged children
Out of an estimated 6 million Ugandan households, 90% do not have electricity, and are forced to
Patrick Hamya's picture
All rice growers should be able to produce gas from rice husks for cooking.
Nearly half the world's population relies on traditional fuels for cooking, heating and lighting.
Katherine Lucey's picture
Solar Sister empowers women with economic opportunity and access to technology.