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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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Kayode Oloko's picture
The project is titled the "Assessment of the Water Situation and the Safety of Waste water a
Jason Selvarajan's picture
Showers are great, but pouring hot and almost drinkable water down the drain is not.
Robert Taylor's picture
It is becoming more inconvenient to carry around 2- 3 device that all do, essential, the same thi
Sydney Padua's delight-filled comic is one of the best comics on computing and mathematics.
Education is a universal human right.
1. TO WATCH Fifty Shades of Grey FULL MOVIE
Deer antlers are used in oriental medicine since ancient times.
The initiative brings together a multidisciplinary and cross-cultural team of
Enid Schreibman's picture
Kazakhstan is a vast country in Central Asia with a population of around 15 million that is rough
The Project explores the possibility of using virtual worlds to facilitate interaction between ge
Khazret Sapenov's picture
My approach helps this Central Asia place to enhance local heritage of hunting with bird of prey,
For economic progress, to increase volume of lending by enhancement of personal guarantees applyi
Be a Change is a program that helps people start new social ventures through expert-assisted vent
Conflicts today are of intra-state rather than inter-state nature.
Tom Laine's picture
Innopinion is a peer-evaluation tool for social innovation & community engagement.
Entered in Feedback Labs
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Mikko Perälä's picture
We are empowering underprivileged women through technology: We have a simple product, a floor pla
The current situation with global ecology, a constant population growth, did not leave me and my
Mami builds bridges between rural coffee farmers in Yemen and food suppliers in Finland through d
Jari Hanski's picture
Dye waste water from textile industry is difficult to treat and toxic when discharged to river.
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