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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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Mohamed Abdulkadir's picture
Africa, technology what if the these to phrases came together. The possibilities are endless.
Alaa is shifting the paradigm around the role of women in Libyan society.
Entered in Ashoka Fellows
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Nancy is building a legal structure that allows indigenous groups to negotiate legal contracts on
Entered in Ashoka Fellows
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Dietmar Stuck's picture
A virtual marketplace that helps people help themselves, provides individuals, entrepreneurs &amp
Hussein HASSAN's picture
This project opens new innovative opportunities for the Somali youth to address the root causes o
Hint: This will be the first introductory text about this project that viewers will see.
TENDEKAYI KATSIGA's picture
A major problem in developing countries is not only the cost of hearing aids for hearing impaired
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KUDZ shoes have birthed from my childhood in Botswana, validated through online crowd fundi
We aim to implement After-school Program Frameworks to the mainstream Education System, to provid
63 percent of all women in Papua, New Guinea are illiterate.
.The conflict in Somalia & its subsequent consequences such as displacement, insecurity and p
Kiddopreneur is a project that promotes the new young generation in the third world country to be
ACE aims to create aid market place by connecting aid givers, receivers and end customers on a co
Nouria Bugaighis's picture
The purpose of this business is to raise finance for the development of a social networking based
Dintshang, Setswana for "What's Happening?", is a project presented by PING, a youth-led NGO in B
We make clean drinking water affordable for the poor.
Richard Bachinger's picture
The Libya Youth Center was initiated by OMV to offer the prospect of a more carefree future to ch
Spark* enables emerging local changemakers in some of the poorest places on the planet.
GEC respects and represents the needs, values, rights and opinions of each empowered girl on her