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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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Sindhu Holla's picture
Do you love the designs of our KARIGAR product but concerned about how they were made?
Faatemehzahraa Ahmadi's picture
Teacher Education programs in Iran didn't consider future teachers as health promoters in their c
To ensure youngsters from South African townships of a healthy future, community workers are trai
Bardaskan is a marginalized town in west of Korasan razavi state (Iran) and what I'm trying to do
Dror Tamir's picture
Plate my Meal™ - A 3-step fun & simple solution to assist parents encourage their children to
The main aim of this training on Dreaming and Changing is to inspire and enable young people both
Dorien Beurskens's picture
Poor training opportunities are the cause of high rates of unemployment for youth in Southern Afr
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Thijs Sondag's picture
The Think Train is an international high-speed problem solving train, with the goal of making a s
Entered in Feedback Labs
We tend to hand over our power to experts, especially in health.
Schoolbank aims to reach the unreached children and young people by ensuring financial inclusion
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SquibS started in the Netherlands for youth who feel unrecognised at school, frustrated by their
What can mobile technology do for health, education and economic development?
LAP
The LAP (secondary agricultural schools) provides quality participative education for poor studen
We solve the personnel problem in senior health care and the loneliness of elderly by getting the
Mathijs Oomen's picture
Techniek Talenten aims to provide students and business to link together, so they are able to gro
Emer Beamer's picture
Learning about Living is a transmedia (eLearning, radio and mobile) life skills program which emp
we are use some mental and physical
If patients are able to self diagnose their own bloodcounts (like diabetes patients do )and score
Susan Padrad's picture
When it comes to "Medicine", it involves “Life” saving, protecting, preventing, or “HARMING” of
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