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.
Total 19 ideas
Allan Savory is demonstrating how to reverse desertification of the world’s savannas and grasslan
With a strong focus on youth in Zimbabwe and elsewhere in sub-Saharan Africa, Verengai is develop
Working in arid and semiarid regions of Zimbabwe, Osmond Mugweni encourages livestock farmers to
A traditional spirit medium entrusted with the care of the environment, Lydia Chabata has organiz
We aim to develop shipping container malls aimed at providing affordable retail space for low-inc
A major problem in developing countries is not only the cost of hearing aids for hearing impaired
"Smart-teen TIPS K-12 Edition" is a medical mobile app for low resource set-ups which will includ
Creativity is no longer a elective to in the fast growing digital era. It’s the future.
For most people, the main challenge is not starting. It is finishing what they start.
Children and youths in Zimbabwe are at the centre of a social, economic and political crisis.
Creative Arts and Group Counselling.This is counselling using creative ways in order build self
The project seeks to create employment for young underprivileged artists living in Zimbabwe.
To establish a soccer league for street people initially in the Zimbabwean capital city, Harare,
Entered in Changing Lives Through Football
Develop 3D Peer Support Applications using the same process as with mobile phones and sell them t
Tremendous inefficiencies (capital, knowledge capacity, management expertise & friendly marke
Community Development Trust in Zimbabwe (CDTZ) is an organization meant to capacitate youth for t
A youth focused staffing agency meets the dispatch capabilities of Uber!
The TLO Model is a model aimed at educating and empowering the underprivileged.
OPTIMISING ORANGE (CITRUS SINENSIS) FRUIT VALUE CHAIN TO IMPROVE POSTHARVEST QUALITY AND STORABILITY IN RUSITU VALLEY, ZIMBABWE
Orange farmers in Rusitu Valley have been reported to be losing more than 30% of their produce.