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.
Total 40 ideas
We need to take initiative to help every underprivileged child in bringing out their creative sid
Bella Kinesis is an ethical women’s sportswear brand.
You don’t need to be the president , genius or a scientist to change the world.
Through holistic approach creating sustainable livelihood for 85000 underprivileged rural women a
We use the power of play and games to build leadership of female workers in garment factories, ge
Seven Senses creates unique 100% organic fabrics through a distinctive manufacturing process that
Women Empowerment with Vocational Education
The main aim of this training on Dreaming and Changing is to inspire and enable young people both
Madura Microeducation creates and distributes affordable, digital content that enables successful
BISWA sees the vision in "Social Change with Inclusive Development" to be achieved by the mission
EmpowerShe is an Initiative of ZMQ, a Technology 4 Development Organization.
Personal Spokeswoman application is the new generation of text to speech for mobile that teach wo
Our work focuses on rigorously analyzing the impact of anti-poverty programs through a variety of
Oral Health Promotion for Women in Rural Karnataka, India through Women Self Help Groups - an IIM Model
The main focus is on improving the public health, reaching out to the poor and needy sections of
Online Communities of Practice is an idea whose time has come.
Poverty and ill health go hand-in-hand.
“BAAI” (a hindi word which means female household help in English) is a project which aims at the
Design education for traditional artisans raises economic and social status, making craft a viable livelihood
Respect and value for the wisdom of traditional knowledge in today’s world.
Sambhali Trust: an NGO striving to empower women of lower castes in India through vocational training.
In a repressive world, Dalit women face the triple burden of caste, class and gender.
Gram Tarang aims to enable young Indians from socially and economically disadvantaged backgrounds
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