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 21 ideas
Building Pioneers makes solid houses more affordable, eco-friendly and disaster resistant in deve
Tip My Maker allows micro-funding from tips at online checkouts and retailers, to fund scholarshi
OHorizons designs, implements and scales low-tech solutions to benefit underserved communities.
The decline of the Jute sector in Bangladesh threatens millions of jobs and rural development.
Transparent communication helps build trust: We have created a cost-efficient, scalable, standalo
No garment factory worker is empowered or safe with only men in charge.
Accessing safe water is a primary concern for many people around the world.
Teach For Bangladesh is a fellowship program that runs on the following model:
BIID is an inclusive business with the objective to promote usage of ICT to serve the BoP market
Development Wheel (DEW) is endeavored for promoting the culture of human rights and good governan
AASHAR PHOOL creates income generating opportunity for underemployed women in Bangladesh through
mCARE is an integrated mobile phone pregnancy and neonatal health information system for communit
V0P seeks to track the spread of endemic cholera in Bangladesh using trained health workers equip
An initiative, in serving innovations & refers to share new ideas that meet social needs of a
Bangladesh Cooking Fuel from Rice Hulls: an Integrated Food-Energy System - Increase Jobs - Transfer Technology to Tanzania
Alleviate human suffering attributable to shortages of cooking fuel.
My efforts organizing people’s initiative for certain rivers of Bangladesh for last few years hav
Ensure equitable access, management and conservation of common property regime through resource s
Our proposed project will (1) “push down” our interventions to target paras – neighborhoods – wit
freeLance Guru is a start up venture with a vision to mitigate women unemployment problem with p
More than 89% of our 4 million girls working in the RMG industry use factory floor thrown away st
- 1 of 2