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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WASARE means sharing in wolof.
Underdevelopment arises when society gives too much and receives too little or nothing at all fro
In-soo restores the primacy of public education to ensure fairness in the education system.
Latif Mbengue is shifting education in Senegal from theoretical to practical, hands-on learning.
Despite major investment in rehabilitating juvenile offenders, rates of recidivism remain stubbor
In a society that has chronically higher levels of violence and suicide rates than any other OECD
Jongki has pioneered a national change in law and attitudes towards bullying in schools in Korea
Myung-sook is harnessing citizen participation to create cultural and economic development opport
To tackle the related problems of rural women’s poverty and the unaffordable cost of health care,
Salimata (Saly) is changing the urban Senegalese food culture and putting forward a new nutrition
Wolimata has launched a volunteer women’s movement to firmly place the responsibility, ownership,
Judi is enhancing the impact of health development programs, especially those that target women a
Faced with the problem of child malnutrition, coupled with the sparse economic resources of the w
Annette was the first professional female journalist in Senegal and over the years has been a str
Hamadou Tidiane Sy is developing a Pan-African corps of independent, investigative journalists to
Through a selection process, training and support programs, Ciré successfully identifies the pote
Ousmane Ndongo is providing the framework for adults with basic literacy in a West African tribal
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Opa Cissokho is providing farmers with incentives to be agents in forest conservation.
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