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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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Eric Glustrom's picture
The Educate! Experience – A trendsetting program that equips students (Educate!
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Light Fridge project increases the shelf life of fresh Produce in a cost effective way using gree
RAN Power Uganda Limited we shall be able to produce power in places were there is very little or
SPOUTS of Water is social venture and locally-based manufacturer and distributor of household cer
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The solution involves theory and practical parts.the theory will entail teachings on financial di
Catherine Namuyanja's picture
Building a cooperative business through setting up of bulking centers in areas of potentially hig
This project seeks to earnest the use of the abundance solar energy to power Ultra Violet water t
Samuel Malinga's picture
The project addresses the entire faecal sludge management chain.
Majority of rural communities in Uganda do not have access to electricity, and thus use inefficie
For a rural youth with no hope, “WETAASE” exists to empower him/her economically while ensuring t
Majority of rural communities in Uganda do not have access to electricity, and thus use inefficie
SoLight provides the first steps for Ugandans climbing the energy ladder.
Mulindwa Christopher's picture
Majority pig farmers in Uganda are smallholders keeping 1-2 pigs, these depend on poor quality bo
ENVenture works with respected community based organizations (CBOs) already based in the last mil
EFP Energy Solutions sets up portable phone charging micro businesses to charge phones, sell air
Brittany Merrill Underwood's picture
As a social business within the nonprofit framework, Akola Project empowers marginalized women to
The farmer enterprises collectively form the cooperative governance structure to which Women's Mi
Andrew Martin Mulekwa's picture
In east Africa and more specifically Uganda wood and wood derived charcoal is the most commonly u
Less than 5% of rural households in Uganda have access to electricity.
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