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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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Gender-based violence is found worldwide, and we address its pattern of revictimisation over the
Andreas Lehner's picture
TRINE eliminates energy poverty, using a crowdinvesting platform to finance profitable solar ener
Through books, apps & cartoons we tell the story of ‘Detective Dot’, an 8 year old female cod
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Rural farmers often rely on synthetic fertilizers, leading to long-term yield loss from soil degr
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Hint: This will be the first introductory text about this project that viewers will see.We are re
Poverty, inequality, environmental pollution.
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Amos Mokaya's picture
To avoid the cutting down of limited trees, air pollution, smoke-related human diseases and schoo
A social enterprise dedicated to supporting young adult Nigerians.
A social enterprise dedicated to supporting young adult Nigerians.
IMPROVING OVERALL HEALTHCARE AND EDUCATION FACILITIES IN DEVELOPING NATIONS TO IMPROVE THE LIFE E
In Kenya alone over 6 million off-grid households spend over $1bn on kerosene .
Kennedy Lamwenya's picture
Angaza Tv is a solar powered  Tv system that hooks up to any solar or refurbished battery.It enab
Kennedy Lamwenya's picture
Angaza Tv is a solar powered LED Tv system that hooks up to any solar or refurbished battery.Our
Kennedy Lamwenya's picture
Angaza Tv is a solar powered  LED Tv system that hooks up to any solar or refurbished battery. Ou
Orphanage Tourism is exploiting vulnerable children.
Every year 800,000 children under five die needlessly from a common preventable disease – diarrho
Greener Memorials is a unique designed remembrance memorial that has a lot of environmental benef
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We believe that Stigmatization hurts all of us!
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KCCI promotes economic independence and healthy child development via community-driven early chil
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