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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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MHSEL aims at increasing the English language proficiency among high school students in Mali.
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How do you make a bright future? You don't,you build bright minds to make it!
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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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Stacy Flynn's picture
Evrnu fiber transforms cotton garment waste into textile fiber for the creation of premium garmen
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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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Rabiaa Adalet's picture
5000 is the number of Tunisian fighters in Syria and Iraq with ISIS-According to US House Homelan
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The GirlLEAD Project is an initiative borne out of the realization that active involvement of gir
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How many excellent, brilliant and ingenious students that came from a poor social side or live in
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Jennifer Gloria Gyasi's picture
We aim to educate on the need to maintain a clean and healthy environment, provide garbage collec
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Up to 25% of the homeless own pets & most place the needs of their pets ahead of their own.
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The First Tee of Monterey County is the largest and most successful youth services program in the
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NGO BOROUME facilitates the food saving process of the largest supermarket chain in Greece to nea
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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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Everyone thinks of changing the world, but no one thinks of changing himself. -Leo Tolstoy-
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Homeless prevention through advocacy, support and community integration.
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L'idée originale de ce projet a jailli de conversations entre Sandra Jarvis-Selinger, Ph. D.
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Mattecentrum tutors around 70.000 young people in math every month – for free.
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