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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 56 ideas
To create or produce a creal made off Moringa,mango,carrot,rice for children that can bear feed o
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WE CARE Solar brings portable solar electric kits to clinics and small hospitals to power lightin
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PARKERS MOBILE CLINIC
DDG is focused on saving lives by screening, tracking, and diagnosing highly infectious diseases
ProNoV is the flagship offering of Opacus Tech.
Kolade Akintayo's picture
The campaign launch will lay the foundation for managing urban housing and real estate in Nigeria
Ogunmola Joseph's picture
Upgrading to transform, to expand and to takeover the daily monetary thrift savings through the u
Freshmarte.com is a mobile internet marketplace that helps rural farmers to directly connect, mar
This project is basically to training young graduate to make great impact in agricultural sectors
Funds contributed by students while in school to various business cooperatives as shareholders, u
Ogunmola Joseph's picture
Upgrading to transform, to expand and to takeover the daily monetary thrift savings through the u
Mamamoni is a Social Enterprise that empowers rural&urban slum women, with vocational skills
SaferMom leverages on the power of cost effective technologies to provide accessible,scalable and
semifinalist
We have developed a POS device that enables kiosk owners across Nigeria sell phone top-up, collec
Agatha Aduro's picture
The Sweet Mother Project seeks to combat Maternal Morbidity and Mortality by addressing one of th
Agatha Aduro's picture
The Sweet Mother Project seeks to combat Maternal Morbidity and Mortality by addressing one of th
Etido Elijah's picture
This innovation bridges gap between health professionals and patients seeking first hand solution
Providing a solution to the problem of malnutrition and the high rate of child mortality.
Joachim Nwachukwu's picture
1) Our project is a program to train and empower all individuals of any Gender on how to start up
Nigeria is second to India in the global neonatal mortality ratio with 700,000 mortality per year