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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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Many families fall into poverty due to the cost of treatment of critical illnesses such as cancer
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There are hundreds of millions of children unable to get a quality education.
8 of10 students graduates from high school in marginalized communities in Kenya, but never get to
Educate Kenyan youths the effects of Passing propaganda over social media to avoid the repeat of
Easy Access is an idea that seeks to have any mobile phone owner (or those with access to one) ha
Kennedy Lamwenya's picture
Angaza Tv is a solar powered  Tv system that hooks up to any solar or refurbished battery.It enab
Kennedy Lamwenya's picture
Angaza Tv is a solar powered LED Tv system that hooks up to any solar or refurbished battery.Our
Kennedy Lamwenya's picture
Angaza Tv is a solar powered  LED Tv system that hooks up to any solar or refurbished battery. Ou
Chura allows interoperability between different mobile networks in a multi-SIM environment.
Meet Lisa, a tutorial for the Internet.
Life is not a constant thing, it is very dynamic and changing on daily basis.
Learning Companion offers schoolchildren the opportunity to interact with university students who
Promoting health lifestyles through capacity building and community eduction,consultancy and rese
A leading reference organization that provides world-class Lung Health Solutions through Partners
It tests an approach to media development that stimulates local innovation rather than importing
Maria Springer's picture
KITO envisions a world in which the over 150 million youth on the streets have the opportunity th
Malnutrition is a major disease often ignored among Nairobi's urban poor; Most of these people li
Internews will catalyze healthcare delivery by connecting patients and community health workers
the idea is based on empowering the locals living along rivers in Thiiti Tharaka utilise maximuml