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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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Diana Corrales's picture
Fabretto supports early child development in at-risk rural Nicaraguan communities by training pub
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Simon Berry's picture
Coca-Cola est vendu partout dans le monde, et pourtant les médicaments essentiels (ME) sont diffi
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la migración es un derecho humano apoya al desarrollo de las naciones y de las person
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promover el desarrollo de habilidades y capacidades de adolescentes y jóvenes sordos y ciegos
Sylvia is working to combat the low demand for locally produced, traditional food in Zambia by cr
Entered in Ashoka Fellows
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Flaviano equips communities and grassroots CSOs to measure the harmful consequences of natural re
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Historical definitions and practices of conservation have a limited focus on protecting wildlife
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In Central America, the breakdown of law and order during the past twenty years has led to high l
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Peter is promoting sustainable environmental and economic policies through the effective communit
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Ana has created a Central America-wide fund to finance grassroots women's groups throughout
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Catalina Ruiz creates tourism programs in resource-rich Nicaraguan communities to generate revenu
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Cleanway provides an integrated sanitation solution by providing clean sanitary facilities operat
Becca Mohally Renk's picture
Vida Harvest reverses loss of family farming by returning more profit to farmers.
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CEP sells solar energy to mines in remote regions.
Francis Mbewe's picture
We are a Social Enterprise working with women to break the cycle of poverty at household level by