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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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Samantha Pathirathna's picture
Sustainable tourism programme as a regional development approach and tool.
Sujan Pariyar's picture
Inxchan means New Beginning of Life.
Women in Nepal have been cornered in almost every field, be it economic, political or academic.
Yana Spencer's picture
Tamu Bakery tackles gender-based violence through the therapeutic power of baking (tamu means sw
Shivani Singh's picture
We believe that in order to create lasting positive impact, we must engage a trilateral methodolo
sumanawatee wijeratna's picture
We promote growing traditional rice free from agrochemicals in Sri Lanka.
Health at Home (HHPL) stands for healthcare service access at home simplified and standardized by
'THE BAZAAR: market for fairtrade & organic' is balancing the impact of increasing consumeris
Anya Cherneff's picture
EG is a social enterprise that connects renewable energy technology suppliers with female entrepr
Robert Buckley's picture
Himalayan Healers, Nepal, is the only project in the world that trains "Untouchables" in the heal
Meera Bhattarai's picture
Association for Crafts Producers is a non profit Fair Trade organization incepted in 1984 with th
I want to establish massage as a new profession for disadvantaged young blind people in Nepal, wh
Chari Ratwatte's picture
Rice, the only gluten-free major cereal, is the most important food source in the world and is the s
In an environment of stigma and non-acceptance, proving the abilities of consumers in mental hea
Lesser number of South Asian women is engaged in SMEs.
A partnership between Chambers of Commerce and youth groups in Sri Lankan unplanned communities t