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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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Arturo Martínez's picture
Haz del arte una razón para cuidar tu salud, y prevenir el VIH.
winner
Emily Stone is disrupting the cacao market dynamics in Central America by developing eye level pa
Entered in Ashoka Fellows
fellow
joni miller's picture
Across Belize only 40% of youth attend high school and youth unemployment is 25%.
Emily Stone's picture
Uncommon Cacao works directly with cacao farmers globally to deliver premium quality, high impact
finalist
Soap4Life is a small hands-on humanitarian organization, dedicated to the development and support
DFC Laos uses an established experiential education model in the Lao context to inspire and empow
We have instituted a quality improvement initative to decrease maternal/infant morbidity and mort
The project “Better Market Better Employment for the Ethnic Poor in Lao PDR” is aiming at changin
Rick Reece's picture
To improve and nurture a diverse range of stakeholders (including government, civil society, priv
joni miller's picture
Ocean Academy opened in 2008 as the very first community high school on the island of Caye Caulke
finalist
joni miller's picture
How can you make a great product with no overhead? By using something that you've already got.
Sunlabob is a Lao commercial company, set up in 2000 and licensed in 2001, which operates as a pr
SEDA aims to utilize the power of science, technology, environmental, community development to pr
Celia Mahung's picture
The TIDE Freshwater Cup Football Tournament is an important component of the Environmental Educat
“Lane Xang”, the “Land of One Million Elephants”, as Laos once proudly called itself, is nowadays
Marco Gonzalez Maya Site will be the first Maya ruins to be saved on the island of Ambergris Caye
“Phou Khao Khouay” is the closest National Protected Area to the Vientiane, the capital of Laos,
joni miller's picture
Across Belize, only 40% of secondary-school-age youth attend school and youth unemployment is 30%
randomness