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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 58 ideas
Dawn Musil's picture
Bee the Change work with women in low-income communities to offer them supplemental income throug
Luisa Salazar's picture
Es un programa educativo a través de un juego de mesa 
Em 2009 as Nações Unidas consideraram o acesso à água potável um Direito Humano Universal, porém
semifinalist
FICE construye la base para comunicar el mensaje de los defensores de DH.
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Joshua Musasizi's picture
We are an entrepreneurship platform offering inspiration and experiential learning to individuals
Panamá imports most of the fertilizer used to grow food, our landfills are overflowing with organ
Desire Habonimana's picture
YOWLI BURUNDI est une initiative des jeunes pour répondre aux besoins de santé des jeunes au Buru
We always have to encounter these things especially in countries that seem to be at the end of th
Mayer Mizrachi's picture
Companies, both small and large, require the best security for their electronic communications po
The idea would be to purchase and manage large tracts of land for preservation throughout the cou
Ana Magdalena Hurtado's picture
GIobally indigenous peoples have the lowest life expectancy, highest disease loads and highest ch
Alexander Blum's picture
We deliver a solar-powered system for phone and internet service in rural locations.
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Alexander Blum's picture
We deliver a solar-powered system for phone and internet service in rural locations.
Aplicación web-SMS que incluye la integración y estandarización de procesos de evaluación nutrici
Matthew Brewer's picture
Ceiba Forestry and Energy Agriculture creates value at the intersections of bioenergy and agrofor
Zetu alleviates poverty and social problems by providing families living at the base of economic
We improve access to financial services for marginalized communities through a community-led appr
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