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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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Alaa is shifting the paradigm around the role of women in Libyan society.
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For the past fifteen years; Orri Vigfusson has orchestrated an international effort to conserve a
Entered in Ashoka Fellows
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Zerobarracento aims to bring pollution, waste and emissions to zero and transparency, quality and
Soap4Life is a small hands-on humanitarian organization, dedicated to the development and support
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The purpose of this business is to raise finance for the development of a social networking based
The project aims to help senior citizens to improve their health and fitness through an instructi
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The Libya Youth Center was initiated by OMV to offer the prospect of a more carefree future to ch
DFC Laos uses an established experiential education model in the Lao context to inspire and empow
Litabók, a coloring book for grown ups.
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SWN provides local citizens journalism training & affordable digital equipment to revolutioni
The project “Better Market Better Employment for the Ethnic Poor in Lao PDR” is aiming at changin
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To improve and nurture a diverse range of stakeholders (including government, civil society, priv
Sunlabob is a Lao commercial company, set up in 2000 and licensed in 2001, which operates as a pr
SEDA aims to utilize the power of science, technology, environmental, community development to pr
“Lane Xang”, the “Land of One Million Elephants”, as Laos once proudly called itself, is nowadays
“Phou Khao Khouay” is the closest National Protected Area to the Vientiane, the capital of Laos,
The overall aim of this project is to establish direct engagement with business leaders, the publ
The project is organizing marked paths with benches every 200-300 meters in neighborhoods were ma
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