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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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Asier Ansorena's picture
PalMap – aplicativo para pesquisa direcionada à transformação de comunidades carentes.
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MHSEL aims at increasing the English language proficiency among high school students in Mali.
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Ahmed Amin's picture
Although Egypt is well known as one of the best destinations for global tourism all over the worl
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Hoffman Moka Lantum's picture
ZiDi™ is a software developed for point-of-care (POC) tracking of commodities in clinics serving
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Ousmane TOURE's picture
Underdevelopment arises when society gives too much and receives too little or nothing at all fro
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Youther is an NGO that will link viewers to funded opportunities in and outside of Tunisia ( i.e.
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Michelle Lem's picture
Up to 25% of the homeless own pets & most place the needs of their pets ahead of their own.
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Prisoners are transformed into entrepreneurs by having them take part in an intensive entrepreneu
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Faire des détenus des Entrepreneurs en les faisant prendre part à une
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Nelson Jose Barbosa's picture
O Projeto Digital Mente surgiu da necessidade de promover conhecimentos básicos de informática, m
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Passion for life is a programme which belongs to the Seniors coaching to move from knowing to doi
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Reg4All: The registry for all people, all diseases, all health.
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Reg4All: The registry for all people, all diseases, all health.
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Sharon Terry's picture
Reg4All: The registry for all people, all diseases, all health.
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No le regales tu vida a la suerte! mejor conoce y protejete si eres fuerte*
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John Egan's picture
Archipelago is one of the largest communities of young entrepreneurs in Western Europe.
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Joy Chalmers's picture
Aboriginal Day Camp for Girls (Camp de jour pour les filles autochtones) est né de l’idée qu’en m
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The Just Move It initiative (JMI) originated on the Navajo Nation in 1993 as a partnership betwee
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To meet its long term social development needs, Nunatsiavut Government decided to build from with
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