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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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Noora Health trains patients and their families with high-impact health skills to improve outcome
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HealthPoint proporciona agua potable y asistencia sanitaria de alta calidad a bajo costo para com
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Oferece serviços básicos de saúde e água potável com qualidade e a baixos custos para pessoas de
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HealthPoint offre de l’eau potable et une assistance sanitaire de haute qualité et à bas prix aux
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HealthPoint Services provides low cost,high quality basic healthcare & clean drinking water
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5th Pillar لمكافحة ادوات الفساد حيث تمكن كل مواطن لكى يكون ملاحق للفساد
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Les outils anti-corruption de 5th Pillar permettent à CHAQUE citoyen de combattre la corruption !
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As ferramentas anticorrupção do 5th Pillar capacita todo cidadão a se tornar um [guerreiro, comba
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Las herramientas anticorrupción de 5th Pillar empoderan a todos los ciudadanos para combatir la c
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5th Pillar’s anti corruption tools empower EVERY citizen to be a corruption buster!
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Saans is a low cost and easy to use mechanical device, which is used to maintain a constant press
WUW is a project to create shoes that makes happy the one who wear them and the one who makes the
The Fabric Social is a conscious clothing label with one important difference.
Sonia Agarwal's picture
Asia's largest marketplace for ethical fashion brands.
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Mamaby helps women in Indian slums deliver healthy and well nourished babies.
To change the perspective of designers in how to use the existing supply chain in an efficient an
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"Tisser" is a French word meaning 'to weave'.
Sindhu Holla's picture
Do you love the designs of our KARIGAR product but concerned about how they were made?
We will promote “health literacy” by making people in poor, central Indian forest tracts aware of
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