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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.

 

Total 35 ideas
63 percent of all women in Papua, New Guinea are illiterate.
Spark* enables emerging local changemakers in some of the poorest places on the planet.
My Sister's Keeper believes education brings freedom and peace.
Abd-Elrahman Abu-Elbashar's picture
The project focus on selection of 150 youth - both sex-to be trained on Mobile Phone/Computer &am
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We are seeking to encourage low-income residents of Khartoum to use Stabilised Soil Bricks (SSBs)
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Drawing upon methods used in the Kakuma refugee camp, returnee Angelo Kiir will help train a team
The solution is Micro-shop construction Financing for SMEs through Group Lending.
Describe your Social Enterprise. Explain why this is a Social Business?
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Around The Ball – Juba, appreciates the fact that like a round ball, social problems are endless
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Assault during firewood collection is a continuous threat faced by displaced women in Darfur.
Outfitting a number of rucksacks with medicines for Voluntary Health Workers and trained nurses t
This project buys a grinding mill for Omilling community – Sudan.
i Play Soccer United (SU) bridges continents, cultures, and minds, in an effort to create mutuall
Solar cookers provide protection for women in the IDP/refugee camps.
The main objective of this project is therefore to create educational opportunities for midwives
To capture the reality of the violence that women face everyday and the hardships they endure in
Several reports have shown that every day about1500 women die from pregnancy or childbirth-relate
Our idea is to form a strong lobby group to influence the Government for the rights of women and