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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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Gerald Otim's picture
The exclusion of Uganda's poor from formal financial services have made savings cooperatives (SAC
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Geresom Ilukor's picture
This project will provide rain water storage tanks to schools, construct pit latrines , provide
YGAP supplies energy efficiency and health products to rural communities in Uganda.
YGAP supplies energy efficiency and health products to rural communities in Uganda.
SPOUTS of Water is social venture and locally-based manufacturer and distributor of household cer
semifinalist
Peter Emer's picture
The LIL Project was founded on the principle that every child deserves a fair chance to a quality
Samuel Malinga's picture
The project addresses the entire faecal sludge management chain.
KATAMBA RONALD's picture
Shout out is Mobile game,SMSApp, WebAPP and message platform that informs, advocates yout
FullSoul equips hospitals in Uganda with medical supplies to protect the health and safety of mot
We offer youth with creative ICT designing, multimedia, enterprise development, life skills capac
segawa patrick's picture
Young people are the future leaders of tomorrow and to guarantee a sustainable health future, cha
making herbal products,such as local medicine that cures ulcers,herbal soap that cure measles,boi
I am Kiiza Justine By names whose venture is to start a herbal industry Basically Transforming h
WHAT IF EVERY AFRICAN CITIZEN, OLD, YOUNG, WOMAN OR MAN HAD ACCESS TO AFFORDABLE MOBILE FINANCIA
PRIDE MICROFINANCE LIMITED (MDI) is the leading Microfinance Deposit Taking Institution (MDI), am
Guerrilla Lending is a new company based in Uganda that will be offering financialservices unique
Ali Kigongo's picture
Green Bank for poor people's sustainable livelhoods is a self-sustaining social, profit oriented
Robyn Nietert's picture
WMI provides comprehensive village-level microfinance for women in rural East Africa with a susta
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