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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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Rebecca van Bergen's picture
A cross-sector initiative to create reliable assessment and remediation tools for artisan supply
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On average, 300,000 Nigerians are in constant need of an artisan daily, but there is no dedicated
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Yiouli Doxanaki's picture
If you have underexploited land and thinking of using it for an extra income, if you believe that
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Heather Franzese's picture
Labor Link is the first platform to leverage the disruptive power of mobile to give voice to the
Entered in Feedback Labs
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Lisa Curtis's picture
Kuli Kuli creates moringa superfood bars that nourish the world.
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MySoft intends its production and distribution of computer applications (apps) for use by service
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Labourconnect.org is a portal using web based application software to connect unorganized blue co
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DUMA is an SMS-based job matching service that connects short-term laborers and potential custome
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O MeuSoft visa produção e distribuição de aplicativos de informática para uso por prestadores de
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Peter den Hond's picture
FairMail is a social enterprise producing fair-trade greeting cards.
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Tiago Dalvi's picture
There is more than 39 millions of our fellow citizens in Brazil (23% of our population) who, desp
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Tiago Dalvi's picture
Le Brésil compte plus de 39 millions de personnes (soit 23 % de la population) qui, malgré un tra
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Tiago Dalvi's picture
Há mais de 39 milhões de cidadãos no Brasil (23% da nossa população) que, apesar de trabalhar mui
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Tiago Dalvi's picture
Hay más de 39 millones de nuestros conciudadanos en Brasil (23% de la población) que, a pesar de
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Twin Cities RISE!(TCR) a pour mission de mettre en relation des employeurs avec des travailleurs
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Tiago Dalvi's picture
There is more than 39 millions of our fellow citizens in Brazil (23% of our population) who, desp
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