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 27 ideas
Obwangamoi David Opio's picture
We seek to leverage the successes of mobile money in Africa to improve health financing by develo
Shout out is Mobile game,SMSApp, WebAPP and message platform that informs, advocates yout
FullSoul equips hospitals in Uganda with medical supplies to protect the health and safety of mot
Ronald Eporu's picture
We train clients to detect the earliest signs of malaria.
M-Tambula is a project that seeks to generate and make available information about health service
Oladayo Oyelakin's picture
Africa Young Positives is a regional network of young people living with HIV/AIDS, Its provides p
Seth Cochran's picture
We empower the most marginalized people in society to improve health outcomes for families in the
What can mobile technology do for health, education and economic development?
James KITYO's picture
Community innovation solutions, focus on education, health and environment
Ronald Eporu's picture
Aeromedical Sciences is a consultancy offering expert guidance on optimizing intake of fresh air
UBC’s Phone Oximeter will provide an ultra low cost mobile device for the diagnosis and treatment
Jacqueline Cutts's picture
Complications of pregnancy and childbirth and other emergencies need medical attention; most mate
Jacqueline Cutts's picture
Many interventions seeking to improve maternal and neonatal mortality assume the existence of rel
Imaging the World (ITW) will change global health by providing access to medical imaging and diag
PThor-mHealth project is based on the concept of pThor which is a health management and implement
We want to make it affordable for doctors to perform minimally invasive surgery (MIS) in resource
Our mission is to have a healthy and productive community free from preventable disease and with
Jennifer Braun's picture
The change I want to bring to the world is a fundamental shift in how maternity care is delivered
Jacqueline Cutts's picture
Every year, more than 350,000 women die in childbirth while millions more are injured.