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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.

 

Total 25 ideas
Bodo Hoenen's picture
There are hundreds of millions of children unable to get a quality education.
8 of10 students graduates from high school in marginalized communities in Kenya, but never get to
Educate Kenyan youths the effects of Passing propaganda over social media to avoid the repeat of
Easy Access is an idea that seeks to have any mobile phone owner (or those with access to one) ha
Tereneh Mosley's picture
Idia’Dega is a global eco-design collaboration connecting Indigenous artisans to co-design and de
Scientibox is a transmedia project which aims to help children develop a taste and curiosity for
ADCAM Mara Vision Project es un proyecto de apoyo integral a la comundidad maasai, tribu en pelig
Learning Companion offers schoolchildren the opportunity to interact with university students who
Promoting health lifestyles through capacity building and community eduction,consultancy and rese
Maria Springer's picture
KITO envisions a world in which the over 150 million youth on the streets have the opportunity th
Malnutrition is a major disease often ignored among Nairobi's urban poor; Most of these people li
Maasai are group of indigenous peoples found in east Africa region, particularly in Tanzania and
the idea is based on empowering the locals living along rivers in Thiiti Tharaka utilise maximuml
Esmael Omar's picture
To Help prevent future HIV/AIDS infections by providing a fun, innovative approach that offers ac
Adhiambo Oketch's picture
Idea to demonstrate that deafness is not a taboo and anybody can become deaf at any stage in life
Gabriel Oguda's picture
Miwani Division in Nyando District, Nyanza Peovince, is experiencing lost hope.
Florence Habwe's picture
African indigenous vegetables were blanched, freeze-dried then developed into vegetable products wi
The Turning Point trust works with street children living in the Kibera slum in Nairobi.
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