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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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Stanley DUMEUS's picture
Hint: This will be the first introductory text about this project that viewers will see.
Jessica Laporte's picture
Clean water in Haiti simply costs too much.
Ruth Edouard's picture
This is a system of intermediation between supply and demand for the sale of Haitian agricultural
Arsène Delors FOYET GANKAM's picture
Transformer les externalités négatives de nos déchets fécaux en opportunité pour le renouvellemen
Sasha Kramer's picture
SOIL builds ecological sanitation (EcoSan) systems in Haiti that transform human wastes into rich
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The PackH2O water backpack is the lowest cost, ergonomically correct way to manually transport an
Tiago Maymone's picture
Our experience in Haiti in humanitarian development projects, previous experience in other organi
A. Nikki Wright's picture
We are two Veterinary Medical Students studying Food Animal Production Medicine with an interest
Healing Hearts 4 Haiti bridges cultures. U.S.
Sidney Coupet's picture
DUFH is changing Haiti’s healthcare system through academic efforts while providing its Diaspora
We are seeking to provide education modules for the promotion of social entrepreneurship in the d
Kevin Adair's picture
Ecological and creative development innovations for the DR and Haiti that are chosen and introduc
Peter Williams's picture
In the world, 1 in 6 live in slums, 35% lack access to improved sanitation, 60% of the poorest pe
William Forgey's picture
We are integrating the volunteer activities of medical students with a rural Haiti community heal
Sebastian Africano's picture
Trees, Water & People (TWP) is changing the lives of vulnerable populations in Haiti by harne
Eileen Spencer's picture
Empower people to evolve from operating out of daily survival into working with a focus on sustai
Jean-Jacques Rousseau's picture
We want to support sustainable economic development and job creation in Haiti by unlocking the inves
Eric Sauder's picture
Rather than develop a specific urban housing solution, our proposal goes to the root of the probl
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