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 129 ideas
When Bhutan launched a national mental
Focus: It is for promoting Biological Sciences research.Also, involved in Recognizing, Addressi
Nancy is building a legal structure that allows indigenous groups to negotiate legal contracts on
Entered in Ashoka Fellows
ICanBe is a program that higlights to kids, through play, the main areas of work in human life.
Dazin manufactures and distributes both fuel + cookstove to rural households in Bhutan, household
A major problem in developing countries is not only the cost of hearing aids for hearing impaired
KUDZ shoes have birthed from my childhood in Botswana, validated through online crowd fundi
People loose precious time/money finding the right doctor. MediNav is the
KornetCity is a conceptual model that focuses on reducing start up and operational costs for SME
The Happy Scarf handwoven by the Bhutanese illiterate women enables them to not only have a sourc
AnARTivism - a manifest, an urge to take action and change the way of thinking from the ordinary
Dazin aim for every Bhutanese household using smoke-less, reliable and affordable residential ene
Moldova region communities faces high poverty, aging, youth emigration, lack of economic opportun
IKEDOO is a research institute which innovates in the field of educational programs for children.
Entered in The Re-imagine Learning Network
In the future, "the school" will mean a group of people ( children and adults) traveling together
Proper Household Waste Collection in Paro Town, Bhutan, through distribution of dustbins and publ
Infant & child mortality in Romania is 7 times higher than in the rest of EU.
miniLibri is the only Book Fair exclusively for children in Romania.
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