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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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Ashley Shuyler's picture
The purpose of the Teaching in Action Program is to provide the venue for Tanzanian teachers to m
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Bodo Hoenen's picture
There are hundreds of millions of children unable to get a quality education.
Stanley DUMEUS's picture
Hint: This will be the first introductory text about this project that viewers will see.
Lucy Devall's picture
An appropriate technology challenge for students in the UK and Tanzania to learn, make and share
Wilhelm Oddo's picture
Nlab works to build an ICT competitive, creative and innovative young generation in Tanzania by i
Linsey Jorgenson's picture
Streethearts is a change agent for street children, helping to redirect the course of their lives
SULEIMAN SULEIMAN's picture
Fertilizer made from fish remain known as waste .
Fortunatus Ekklesiah's picture
INSPASSION is a mobile application that helps students own their future.
Ricardo Polycarpe's picture
 DiasporaNet is an Initiative to write 1694 pioneers mobipreneurs success-story through two steps
Brighton Ross Kinemo's picture
Gazedu comes from a word "Gazeti " a swahili word which means newspaper and EDU which means educa
Raul Guerrero's picture
The Disposable Project is a volunteer-run social enterprise based on the photographs produced by
Wake up Call is an album which targets young people all over the world, with the purpose to heigh
PETER HERI's picture
Tomato production,Greenhouse organic tomato production is the process of producing tomatoes witho
Marvin Roberts Tarawally's picture
Liberia has several challenges but very few problem solvers.
Ashley Shuyler's picture
Tanzania has one of the lowest secondary school graduation rates for girls in the world with only
We plan on creating a new financial product called a development impact bond.
My project idea is youth employment through microfinance and entrepreneurship.
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