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 28 ideas
MHSEL aims at increasing the English language proficiency among high school students in Mali.
If we are all part of the problem then we all need to be farmers of the solution.
Emzingo is a leadership development company.
We are starting a Green City Ranks Project in the Gauteng Province, starting with Johannesburg Ta
Responding to food insecurity and the increasing cost of animal farming in rural South Africa, Kh
Our Mission is to keep less children warm in winter starting with the by providing food and educa
In essence we want to set up a bioconversion site in Gauteng that will take up organic waste from
We are a start up recycling company, that aim to raise property value within our community.
Dedicated to inspiring & enabling individuals to volunteer abroad for free whilst maximising
Public - Private partnership: a collaborative State - NGOs to improve the prevention and management of diabetes in Mali
The mission of the NGO "Santé Diabète" is to save lives through prevention and management of diab
This idea is bound to be a succes with the general public because it is gimcky and entertaining,
Empowering disadvantaged communities with a voice for positive social change.
TrashBack is part of a growing social and environmental movement for change in South Africa.
Empower communities that have no access to common electricity.
Ragball International is an income generation project in which young people from Africa produce h
Change the bitumen ( tar ) industry which is unsustainable on an ecological and long term mainten
Hear Our Voices: Participatory Video Project and ICT Training for Rural Women's Empowerment and Capacity-Building
This bilateral project will begin with a community participatory video.
LRC's land reform and rural development project addresses the distortion of priorities in South A
In conjunction with EDGE of AFRICA's 'Workshops with Local Kids' Project and in partnership with
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