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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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BALI – “The Islands of the Gods” is a paradise loved by people worldwide, and once abundant fresh
Many villages in Palembang (South Sumatera) are near the river, the villagers sometimes don'
As the popularity of digital games increases with children and education programs do not take pla
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Thousands of street children are emerging in the rampant growth of cities in Indonesia.
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Average school enrollment has increased across Indonesia’s diverse archipelago, yet two million I
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Even though there is an increase in school enrollment number, two millions of Indonesian children
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In a fast changing environment people are demanded to be able to adapt by which knowledge has bec
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By operating a unique school that values and develops the talents of special needs students, Cipt
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Syafi'i is reforming pesantren (Islamic boarding schools) that have come under the control o
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Bambang Basuki is building a system to provide quality and unlimited education for the visually i
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The development of Indonesia depends heavily on math and science-based professions, but young peo
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Septi Peni Wulandani is empowering Indonesian housewives to be more self-reliant by teaching them
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Lita Anggraini brings marginalized domestic workers back into Indonesian society.
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In a small city in East Java, fashion designer Dynand Fariz has created an annual carnival that e
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Across Indonesia, indigenous peoples are finding that they can no longer avoid contact with the o
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Through his model of participatory, community-based education centers, Ibe is providing an effect
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Sudarno is developing an approach to post-elementary education that is designed to produce a new
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Sururi Wachidus (known as Kak WeEs) is reforming education and family communications in Indonesia
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