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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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Peter den Hond's picture
FairMail is a social enterprise producing fair-trade greeting cards.
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Desde el Foro de Moda Etica Latinoamerica y la ONG Hecho x Nosotros buscamos crear un espacio de
Cristian Gutierrez's picture
We can conservate the Peruvian forest through the Sustainable Fashion and the empowerment of loca
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Juan Diego Calisto's picture
We work with women, weavers of vulnerable communities, giving them income for the sale of quality
Ester Xicota's picture
En la AMSP queremos transformar el sector textil tradicional peruano y convertirlo en un ejemplo
Diego Valencia's picture
Kuchara trains the best agri-preneurs and tomorrow’s food system leaders while connects them with
Juan Diego Calisto's picture
Trabajamos con tejedoras de comunidades vulnerables para que generen un ingreso por la venta de p
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Awamaki works with rural Andean women's cooperatives to create internationally marketable garment
Luis Ramos's picture
El noticiero usa un modelo de producción colaborativa, uniendo a 40 canales locales de todo el Pe
The project's main goal is to bring together different mini textile artisans workshops that are c
The Big Blue Bike (BBB) intends to protect colored alpacas which are facing severe shortages sinc
Jessica Younker's picture
With limited access to markets and unable to speak Spanish, Quechua communities in the highlands
Jessica Younker's picture
Awamaki creates economic sustainability for impoverished, indigenous Quechua women in rural Peru.
Agrupar a mujeres rurales tejedoras uruguayas bajo la marca común AMRU para comercializar tejido
Jessica Younker's picture
Awamaki is ready to expand its fair trade initiative and model of economic sustainability to work
REdEESS, es un proyecto para formar una ONG de ayuda Social-Ambiental, como Grupo RedEESS tenemos
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