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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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customer support service for emails.
Insight administration to adopt value chain Management
Sukrit Sarkar's picture
We need to take initiative to help every underprivileged child in bringing out their creative sid
Komal sharma's picture
Packers and Movers Bangalore as a Services providing company can make all the difference to your
Wireless Souls is a not-for-profit organization which aims to pioneer, strategize, adopt and crea
Bella Kinesis is an ethical women’s sportswear brand.
You don’t need to be the president , genius or a scientist to change the world.
To change the perspective of designers in how to use the existing supply chain in an efficient an
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Sombeer Singh's picture
Through holistic approach creating sustainable livelihood for 85000 underprivileged rural women a
shikha uberoi's picture
Social change and mainstream media do not have to be mutually exclusive.
We use the power of play and games to build leadership of female workers in garment factories, ge
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Hint: This will be the first introductory text about this project that viewers will see.this is m
Sindhu Holla's picture
Do you love the designs of our KARIGAR product but concerned about how they were made?
Seven Senses creates unique 100% organic fabrics through a distinctive manufacturing process that
Trust+  is an healthcare oriented educational mobile app.
Deepak Sharma's picture
Women Empowerment with Vocational Education
Mobile network providers are gradually discovering the impacts that LTE has on the operational pr
The main aim of this training on Dreaming and Changing is to inspire and enable young people both
Indrani Sharma's picture
Cyber Security Experts & Ethical Hackers from around the world have come together to create a
GSK's Rural India initiative is a unique program that reaches out to small Indian villages, creat
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