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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 29 ideas
Joshua Musasizi's picture
We are an entrepreneurship platform offering inspiration and experiential learning to individuals
80% of Rwandans and billions of people worldwide live in homes with dirt floors-breeding grounds
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Local + Lejos is a socially conscious home decor brand that creates contemporary product for cons
The project aims at reducing food insecurity by processing maize that is usually lost due to seas
Yelba Valenzuela's picture
The Egg´s Galpon
David Cadia's picture
Nic Boutique provides artisans, producers and designers a platform to express their talents, empo
Duhange Project is an initiative which was initiated by Brain Technologies Ltd, in order to nurtu
Mission Statement: Indego strives to empower thousands of African businesswomen by providing oppo
David Cadia's picture
Half the population of Nicaragua is unemployed and 70 percent of the people live on less than a d
Connect poor Cacao Farmers to World Markets, help them to make that connection worth it and in th
We want to bring a new way of breaking HIV/AIDS cycle by empowering sex workers; a group whose H
NIZEYIMANA ABRAHAM's picture
The change we want to bring to the world is to create job opportunity for sex workers and then sa
Daniela Hammeken's picture
We believe it's time to re-imagine the purpose of business and capitalism and unleash the power of p
El Coco Loco aims to provide the benefits of tourism to the local community while also giving tra
Duncan Penn's picture
Hundreds of thousands of footballs are bought and disposed of each year in Africa.
Increasing the entrepreneurial capabilities of women by helping them create sustainable businesse
Nuru Energy seeks to replace expensive and polluting kerosene lamps in Africa by introducing the
TRANS-COM CAMPAIGN signifie les moyens de TRANSPORT comme outil de COMMUNICATION
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