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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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Nuru Energy aims to provide affordable, clean, safe and functional lighting solutions to rural ho
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Smart Health Card project is among the first building block which lays the foundation of th
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We are building educational ecosystem for educators who appreciate the talent of each stude
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Aim of the project is to research the kingdom of fungi and to find out their vital importance in
Julia Zavadovska's picture
The project introduces eco-energy greenhouses based on geodomes with built-in wind turbine and so
The traffic in Mauritius is horrible and with the number of cars growing exponentially we will so
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This program will protect the environment, preserve rural culture and create economic growth for
Alina Mykytyuk's picture
Results-oriented team makes financial services for corporates and business individuals simple to
Alina Mykytyuk's picture
Intellect Link is a comprehensive set of solutions for secure and fast financial transactions for
SMEDA is an governmental agency that supports and facilitates the development of entrepreneurship
Alina Mykytyuk's picture
IntellectTechnologies offers a comprehensive set of solutions for secure and fast financial trans
fair market: equal possibilities for social initiatives, involvement of every citizen as social i
A 'Marshall Plan' for Ukraine which includes childcare reform, internet development, microfinance
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Despite the fact that the public health system in Ukraine provides universal access to free healt
Our Mission Statement is based on positive reinforcement reducing school and social inequa
Green tourism is a concept not yet widely spread throughout Ukraine, but many contemporary social
At the time of almost universal ecological trouble, pharmacological ‘pressure’ of medical product
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