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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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Wouter Durville's picture
ONEforONE is a social enterprise in The Netherlands that sells water bottles, health insurances a
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Lucy Devall's picture
An appropriate technology challenge for students in the UK and Tanzania to learn, make and share
BeeKeeper Parade uses discarded fabric and textile waste headed for Cambodian landfill and transf
Patricia Stoll's picture
We create a business model in order to build a filter out of local materials, such as clay and us
Lightmountain aims at providing a cleaner, more efficient and cheaper way of cooking to rural par
Lucky Iron Fish is a growing social enterprise with big aspirations: to tackle and wipe out iron
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Vanntha Ngorn's picture
Color Silk ail to empower communities through sustainable development of silk weaving work for ec
Healthcare as scarce as it is in Tanzania represented by high maternal mortality, under-5 mortali
Florence Tesha's picture
A chicken farm is in itself a sustainable business, which generates profits that can be used to t
Fatimatou SARR's picture
NOMADE'S is an engaged ethical fashion brand from Séné
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Fatimatou SARR's picture
NOMADE'S is an engaged ethical fashion brand from
  We educate and inspire young people and women on environmental conservation and   waste managem
Awen DELAVAL's picture
Samatoa uses socially responsible techniques to produce luxury Eco-fabri
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The main objective of this project is to provide a sustainable environment and renewable energy f
Violet Ayoub's picture
While the debate for global warming persists so does the lack of a clean energy fuel that does no
Yi Wei's picture
iDE’s stimulates the private sector to create demand for latrines and strengthens the ability of
Yi Wei's picture
Mais de 80% dos cambojanos não têm latrina; subsídios reprimiram a demanda por banheiros, frearam
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Yi Wei's picture
Over 80 % of Cambodians do not have a latrine; well-meaning subsidies have depressed demand for t
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