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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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Transforming the way people understand the value and economic potential of Nepal's rivers, M
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Rajendra Suwal is protecting Nepal's wetlands by encouraging people to see them as vitally i
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Babu Shrestha has designed Nepal's first comprehensive, sustainable urban solid waste manage
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Ajaya Dixit is a practical engineer working to bring safe drinking water within easy reach of Nep
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Anil is a 28-year-old mechanical engineer who has (prior to his election) been serving with the R
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Rajendra Dahal is systematically exposing mismanagement and corruption in Nepal's hydropower
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This paper deals with the role of Indigenous Traditional Knowledge (ITK) in an agricultural syste
Guthidotcom is an online media specialized in CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) and Sustainab
Nepal is facing energy crisis. It is facing 18 hours of electric power cut daily.
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Hipknit is SHEWDs micro-credit programme providing free training for women in knitting, cross-kni
Helping Hands fostering creativity in school students by generating Cash out of Trash
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Association for Crafts Producers is a non profit Fair Trade organization incepted in 1984 with th
From our earlier work with popularizing 2-wheel tractors we understood the power of the market.
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The project focuses on exploring the knowledge of the community, Discussion (sharing of the knowl
Kopila Nepal is a fashion label producing stylish and unique fashion goods including bags, and ac
Hariyo Chowk is a collaborative educational space for sustainable design and urban farming in Ka
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