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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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Et si vous n'achetiez qu'une seule huile pour votre alimentation et vos soins cosmétiqu
Sujan Pariyar's picture
Inxchan means New Beginning of Life.
We provide a low-cost application for universities to offer e-learning curricula to those who do
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Le projet d'Eau et Vie à Bhashantek, Bangladesh, vise à améliorer les conditions de vie de 2
Sakina M'SA's picture
Trevo est une entreprise d'insertion créée par la designer Sakina M'SA.
Stormie Poodle makes new clothes for children out of discarded high-quality hotel textiles that a
Women in Nepal have been cornered in almost every field, be it economic, political or academic.
Krama Heritage commercializes Cambodia's traditional scarf as a branded fashion accessory to
Krama Heritage commercializes Cambodia's traditional scarf as a branded fashion accessory to
"Le Carillon" give tools to any citizen to help in a simple way the homeless of their d
The decline of the Jute sector in Bangladesh threatens millions of jobs and rural development.
LAGAZEL is the first start-up producing solar lanterns in Africa in order to bring affordable and
Sen Women up lance à Kédougou, au Sénégal, un projet d’entrepreneuriat féminin autour d’une céréa
Lygo est une entreprise sociale et innovante française qui crée des emplois en Afrique.
Shivani Singh's picture
We believe that in order to create lasting positive impact, we must engage a trilateral methodolo
Ruby Veridiano's picture
Aimed at a multicultural female audience ages 18-35, The Glamourbaby Network broadcasts motivatio
The Voosilla project designs, produces and delivers, under Free Libre Open Source licence, low-te
If we have to worry about the state of the world we are going to hand down to our children, we sh
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S’il faut se préoccuper de l’état du monde que nous souhaitons léguer à nos enfants, la question
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