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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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Chayn is an opensource, gender and tech project that empowers the most vulnerable women around th
Project CopHee is a coffee quality improvement program targeted at small to medium scale farmers
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Netwookie matches job requests and job seekers for the apparel industry.
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As a student, I saw £5,000 worth of functional equipment being dumped into a skip. Why?
RubyMoon sustainable swim & activewear donates all it's profits to women entrepreneurs i
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Offset Warehouse sources the globe to develop the most beautiful, hand-crafted and fairly-sourced
Charlie Ross's picture
Offset Warehouse sources the globe to develop the most beautiful, hand-crafted and fairly-sourced
Charlie Ross's picture
Offset Warehouse sources the globe to develop the most beautiful, hand-crafted and fairly-sourced
Lightmountain aims at providing a cleaner, more efficient and cheaper way of cooking to rural par
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We are harnessing the power of fashion, eco manufacturing technology and social advocacy to help
The Nusa Project proposes a waste management social-enterprise model that facilitates a process o
Raise her Voice- a social enterprise with multi layered benefit & holistic approach.
We enable women-led artisan groups to directly sell high quality accessories to international con
Citrecycle uses unique technology to provide safe, clean, local and sustainable lead-acid battery
GravityLight offers a clean, safe and affordable alternative to kerosene lamps, used by over 1.1
An online retailer for fashion made by underserved women’s groups. No sweatshops, no photoshop.
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Tamyaz helps people in Palestine to earn a living from online freelancing.
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We run a paper recycling workshop in the largest rubbish dump in Central America.
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Do you want to join a hybrid network where you can both be making money as an investor and making
64% of consumers are eating healthier today and making choices