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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Eco friendly Charcoal briquettes factory with Franchise opportunity for Women in rural areas.
Social empowerment and education in Menstrual Hygiene Management - MHM.
Tatirano, meaning "to collect water" in Malagasy, is piloting rainwater harvesting (RWH
Creates employment, builds skills and robust small-businesses for diverse, poorest youths (includ
As of 2015, 10% of the cashews produced in Africa are processed and exported directly to Europe.
Is it reasonable that many people in developing countries go hungry even though enough food is gr
The Impact Project will empower smallholder farmers and give them the opportunity to play a
Our first program opened in Nosy Be, Madagascar in the summer of 2014.
The project uses innovative community-development and gender-sensitive climate-smart agricultural
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
Our Charities sole purpose is to alleviate poverty, hardship and suffering in The Gambia, West Af
MoPOEd teaches sustainable pediatric orthopaedic surgery hands-on, on-site, to healthcare provide
Ethique :« Appliquer et prouver que faire de l’environnement responsable, améliore les conditions
Terra Nova Lda : Recycling urban waste and producing natural fertilizer a real way to develop Mozambique
I want to prove in practice that composting organic municipal waste is an excellent way to fight
Access to mobile communications is a proven way of improving lives and expanding the earning pote
Main aim of the project is to promote and enhance possibilities for self employment of young peop
Building a bicycle industry: Affordable transportation offers increased income generation opportunities
The average Mozambican earns <$2/day, rendering them unable to purchase simple daily needs.
TRY is an organization in The Gambia that empowers women by training them and giving them the too
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