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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.

 

Total 27 ideas
63 percent of all women in Papua, New Guinea are illiterate.
Soap4Life is a small hands-on humanitarian organization, dedicated to the development and support
Spark* enables emerging local changemakers in some of the poorest places on the planet.
DFC Laos uses an established experiential education model in the Lao context to inspire and empow
The project “Better Market Better Employment for the Ethnic Poor in Lao PDR” is aiming at changin
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The NP MPA role is to act as an umberella organisation, assisting member villages to combind cons
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To improve and nurture a diverse range of stakeholders (including government, civil society, priv
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OceansWatch works with coastal communities in developing countries to create “Fish Banks” to ens
The solution is Micro-shop construction Financing for SMEs through Group Lending.
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The solution is to create a mini scale chocolate factory owned by the producers/communities throu
Sunlabob is a Lao commercial company, set up in 2000 and licensed in 2001, which operates as a pr
Outfitting a number of rucksacks with medicines for Voluntary Health Workers and trained nurses t
SEDA aims to utilize the power of science, technology, environmental, community development to pr
To capture the reality of the violence that women face everyday and the hardships they endure in
Our idea is to form a strong lobby group to influence the Government for the rights of women and
Our simple idea is to provide the very basic general health & self help information for mothe
Using various forms of media to revive valuable storey telling art in PNG whilst encouraging a pl
Our proposed idea is to rekindle, stimulate and promote useful traditional food production &