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 23 ideas
We are a widows led NGO that is Championing for Protection and Advancement of widows Rights in Ke
A majority of Kenya’s rapidly urbanizing population is being forced into slums due to the shortag
Entered in Ashoka Fellows
In Kenya, Ann Njogu has paved the way for women who are the victims of sexual and gender based vi
Entered in Ashoka Fellows
Starting in Kenya's urban slums, Stella is building diverse networks of support for young un
Entered in Ashoka Fellows
Kennedy Wafula is combating the practice of forced female circumcision, which is still prevalent
Entered in Ashoka Fellows
The project seeks to empower young people through awareness and training to make healthy decision
Raise her Voice- a social enterprise with multi layered benefit & holistic approach.
Movements often flounder when the activists driving them lack access to vital strategies, safe sp
We enable women-led artisan groups to directly sell high quality accessories to international con
Educate Kenyan youths the effects of Passing propaganda over social media to avoid the repeat of
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To avoid the cutting down of limited trees, air pollution, smoke-related human diseases and schoo
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Teletext is a mobile technology service that is administered by COMMUNITY TRANSFORMATION LINK KEN
Le pouvoir est vieux de 32ans au cameroun.
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We believe that Stigmatization hurts all of us!
Many indigenous communities here in Canada and around the world are struggling with the right to
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Currently, there are over 1 million Kenyan children not attending school (Source: UNESCO).
Recycling industry is one of the most encouraged, awarded and lucrative business venture.
Sikizana Trust fights for the right of the child and promotes education of the needy and vulnerab
the idea is based on empowering the locals living along rivers in Thiiti Tharaka utilise maximuml
'Kulo' is a Luo word for fetching water.Many rural women uses a lot of energy and time in fetchin