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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 23 ideas
Jacob Fohtung's picture
Inspiring the next generation of Cameroonian Creative Thinkers, Innovators, & Social Entrepre
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IBAPP represents Africa's most sustainable smallholder farm model.The concept equates youth
The project seeks to empower young people through awareness and training to make healthy decision
Ndofor Nwana Davidson Sama's picture
SAMA'S CARE LTD strives to bring HEALTHCARE to homes, and professionalize the HOME CARE sector in
Ndofor Nwana Davidson Sama's picture
SAMA’s CARE LTD strives to bring healthcare to homes, and professionalize the home care sector in
ALVINE MIREILLE GHOMSI TCHUENTE's picture
About 30% of young Cameroonian girls are uneducated and lack skills in areas of leadership and tr
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TogetherFund gives young cameroonians and african entrepreneurs opportunities to be funded/coache
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Cameroon is in dire need of new leadership.
Maps That Matter engages girls and boys in Cameroon in decision-making processes by using digital
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The Breastfeeding research and advocacy unit works with other advocates to increase first and for
Nous les membres de l association Solidarité pour les Communautés Rurales du Cameroun (Solidarité
This idea highlights bad and good practices at hospitals through a combination of hospital users
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The “Football Spirit in the Jungle” Project brings together indigenous villagers--including villa
The Football and Education Project is an initiative that will help young people
ADVOCACY FOR THE REDUCTION OF MATERNAL AND NEONATAL MORTALITY IN CAMEROON, THE PLACE OF THE PARTO
Educational empowerment on reproductive health (working name) is an idea being born.
To use Tv and radio which are the most used form of the media out here to create talk shows that
Today globally, over 2.5 billion (1 in 3) people worldwide don’t have access to a safe, clean and