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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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Rebecca van Bergen's picture
A cross-sector initiative to create reliable assessment and remediation tools for artisan supply
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Venture for America is a competitive two-year Fellowship program that recruits top college gradua
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Sarah Johnson's picture
An entire city can efficiently feed itself on local produce alone, and we're out to prove it.
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Realizamos transformadoras herramientas financieras personales de SMS, que ayudan a familias que
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DUMA is an SMS-based job matching service that connects short-term laborers and potential custome
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We make transformative SMS personal finance tools that help cash-based households track their spe
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Twin Cities RISE!(TCR) a pour mission de mettre en relation des employeurs avec des travailleurs
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To produce a gathering, the Common Ground Country Fair, in the spirit of a harvest festival that
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Project Enterprise's picture
To create A “Center of Entrepreneurship” in NYC where traditionally under-resourced entrepreneurs
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Andrew Posner's picture
To make $200 loans to Rhode Islanders with no or poor credit history to purchase and install prog
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Let's Innovate through Education empowers minority students to launch entrepreneurial ideas.
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Clarissa Rios Rojas's picture
El proyecto Ekpapalek tiene la misión de empoderar estudiantes latinoamericanos por medio de pro
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Bodo Hoenen's picture
There are hundreds of millions of children unable to get a quality education.
The Sustainable Economies Law Center is developing the legal infrastructure necessary for a new,
Entered in Ashoka Fellows
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For the past 25 years, Frank has been transforming community development finance in the U.S.
Entered in Ashoka Fellows
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