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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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We are dedicated to removing barriers that obstruct children from reaching their full potentials
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iTeens is aiming at creating or reviving computer clubs in Ghanaian high schools to engage studen
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We aim to educate on the need to maintain a clean and healthy environment, provide garbage collec
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Unite For Sight fournit des soins ophtalmologiques à plus de
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Unite for Sight ha brindado cuidados oftalmológicos a más de 1.3 millones de personas en el mundo
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Unite for Sight já prestou atendimento oftalmológico para mais de 1,3 milhões de pessoas em todo
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Unite For Sight has provided eye care to more than 1.3 million people worldwide, including more t
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Gifts Food Culture (GFC) was incorporated to produce groundnut paste for family and friends on a
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Richard is solving the first mile transportation problem for small holder farmers linking them wi
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Jennifer is building the capacity of rural women to utilize widely available but idle natural res
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Bright Simons is empowering consumers to protect their health using simple and user-friendly tech
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Lucia Quachey is building an appropriate local model to support rural women's small-scale bu
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Victoria Koomson is organizing the women of coastal Ghanaian migratory fishing communities by int
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Catholic priest Jean Thébault is building a self-help movement of Ghana's disabled street be
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WANTED: on-site facility (1-room building with solar dryer, leaf mill, oil press) to process and
Improper disposal of waste, in particular plastic waste, severely impedes everyday life in Ghana’
The effects of the slave trade is still being felt by people of African origin living outside Afr