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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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Alison Naftalin's picture
We train uneducated vulnerable Mothers in highly deprived rural villages to run educational Play
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Eric Glustrom's picture
The Educate! Experience – A trendsetting program that equips students (Educate!
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Peter Emer's picture
The LIL Project was founded on the principle that every child deserves a fair chance to a quality
Catherine Namuyanja's picture
Building a cooperative business through setting up of bulking centers in areas of potentially hig
This project seeks to earnest the use of the abundance solar energy to power Ultra Violet water t
Samuel Malinga's picture
The project addresses the entire faecal sludge management chain.
SoLight provides the first steps for Ugandans climbing the energy ladder.
Mulindwa Christopher's picture
Majority pig farmers in Uganda are smallholders keeping 1-2 pigs, these depend on poor quality bo
Less than 5% of rural households in Uganda have access to electricity.
Jindra Cekan's picture
Yearly Billions of dollars are spent on foreign aid development projects.
My vision is self reliant community that fully utilises the opportunities that come with being in
Jobs are created through entrepreneurship by using drip irrigation of plastic bottles collected f
Jobs are created through entrepreneurship by using drip irrigation of plastic bottles collected f
MAKE FARNERS CARRY THEIR ON RESARCH AND FIND SOLOTION THROGH
Uganda has fertile soils & good weather, is food insecure.
James KITYO's picture
Our first project were the Shades that were constructed with information on breast feeding, preve
ENVenture aims to create and expand sustainable goods ventures (SGV) in developing countries in o
Lorna mcginley's picture
Ethnic Threads is a new charity project, set-up with the aim of selling clothing made from tradit
New tasting tea, closer work with the farmers, focusing more on creating employment in developing
Tom Gill's picture
We see development in Africa a different way,