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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 23 ideas
Gifts Food Culture (GFC) was incorporated to produce groundnut paste for family and friends on a
Improper disposal of waste, in particular plastic waste, severely impedes everyday life in Ghana’
Act2Save, an innovative mobile application, engages participants in a fun and interactive way tow
Food for All Ghana is a group that recovers food that would have gone wasted along our food sup
Ahmed-Salim Abubakar's picture
We are offering to bring all parties in the agriculture value-chain (cereal) to a common place (a
Della is a fashion line that is changing the standard of fashion production by empowering economi
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Marina Curran's picture
We are developing an interactive online platform which will help various actors in the fast fash
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Jonas Stolzke's picture
my Boo produces high quality bamboo bicycles together with the social NGO "Yonso Project&quo
Didier Nouziès's picture
CORDSAVINGS in Switzerland came up with a completely new business model in order to help the priv
Thomas Gosschalk's picture
Dedicated to inspiring & enabling individuals to volunteer abroad for free whilst maximising
Indrani Sharma's picture
The WomenChangeMakers (WCM) Fellowship is a program of the Geneva-based philanthropic org
Entered in Feedback Labs
All of us can change our lives for the better. But how?
Raphael Sacher's picture
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Judith Ellens's picture
We are passionate about establishing delicious, healthy and climate friendly food in society.
INSTINCT innovates with the development of advertising platforms that provide not only the visibi
Yaw Akoto Boateng's picture
Africa is endowed richly with talented creativity and natural resources which are of global touri
Evans Hokey's picture
According to information for our baseline data 90% of the young people interviewed have never sav
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