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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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How do you make a bright future? You don't,you build bright minds to make it!
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A lot of undergraduate students have enough knowledge in engineering but they luck work experien
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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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ONEforONE is a social enterprise in The Netherlands that sells water bottles, health insurances a
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The purpose of the Teaching in Action Program is to provide the venue for Tanzanian teachers to m
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There are hundreds of millions of children unable to get a quality education.
Tarik uses a series of online and offline tools to bridge the gap between citizens and government
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Aicha is changing societal perceptions towards unwed mothers throughout Morocco, thereby transfor
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Emmanuel Kallonga is educating Tanzanian citizens about laws and public policies that affect thei
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Yared Fubusa's Gombe School of Environment and Society is improving conditions for people an
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Starting in northwestern Tanzania, Joseph Sekiku is improving economic possibilities for small-sc
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Mhammed Abbad Andaloussi is modernizing the educational system and linking students and graduates
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Landmines continue to destroy millions of lives years after.
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Starting in Maasai land, Moringe is restructuring formal "indigenous" education systems
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A Maasai who grew up in northern Tanzania, Martin Saningo Kariongi is enabling an economic and so
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An appropriate technology challenge for students in the UK and Tanzania to learn, make and share
We believe education as a basic human right, and that literacy open the door to a life of learni
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We'll sell affordable greenhouses,automated drip kits and solar powered sensors.In the next decad
The project Boron aims to make the access to clean energy easier and satisfy the basic needs of h
GreenLoo provides a public health service: it is a portable dry toilet that targets rural areas t