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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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Dr Joseph NKURUNZIZA's picture
Never Again Rwanda promotes critical thinking for youth through Public Speaking, a fun method bui
Ni Nyampinga is a Rwandan radio program run by Search for Common Ground which is aimed at empower
A business plan competition for African university students that seeks to harness grassroots entr
Raising conscious and empathetic global citizens through online exchange and community building.
Terry Konn's picture
Training Without Borders: The Global Healthcare Training Initiative is an Internet based e-learni
nicolette nsabimana's picture
Ours is a realistic project to reduce unplanned and unwanted pregnancies.
Etienne Kalisa's picture
,The project builds upon AERG’s existing system of artificial families, who bring together studen
Maria Hnaraki's picture
Greek music and dance foster a sense of community while simultaneously enhancing self-expression.
Alzheimer Hellas Association's picture
This intervention aims at eliminating the stigma and discrimination towards patients suffering f
PINDis Association's picture
The adequate and appropriate training of health professionals is a pre-requisite for the patients
Le projet porte sur le transfert de compétences professionnelles et entrepreneuriales aux jeunes
Tuyisenge Emmanuel's picture
These children have no access to education, which is the basis of socioeconomic development.
The 1994 genocide in Rwanda left much suffering, poverty and social disruption.
We empower Rwandans to mentor street children, orphans, and other vulnerable children through foo
Hold mini-tournaments with portable goals, cones, boards, etc during weekends.
Rob Steller's picture
The Little Eagles Football League will be promoting education and helping to build schools in rur
“1000 Women” has developed an innovative technology-based innovation to inspire, educate and empo
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