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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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Khulan Davaadorj's picture
Poverty is rising. Everything is imported.
Nancy Johnston's picture
Tengri is a brand built by people unwilling to settle for the status quo.
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Soap4Life is a small hands-on humanitarian organization, dedicated to the development and support
DFC Laos uses an established experiential education model in the Lao context to inspire and empow
Undral Gombodorj's picture
FMS is an ICT tool to hold the service providers accountable & facilitate citizens’ validatio
The project “Better Market Better Employment for the Ethnic Poor in Lao PDR” is aiming at changin
Siri Okamoto's picture
We seek to change the negative relationship between herders and snow leopards in rural Mongolia.
La cogestión se refiere a los acuerdos en los que los pastores garantizan el acceso y comparten l
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A co-gestão refere-se ao regime em que os pastores garantem o acesso e compartilham a responsabil
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Rick Reece's picture
To improve and nurture a diverse range of stakeholders (including government, civil society, priv
Co-management refers to arrangements in which herders secure access to and share responsibility a
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Provide a source of domestic risk capital in partnership with host-country banks/NBFIs.
Siri Okamoto's picture
Snow Leopard Enterprises (SLE) helps rural herding communities manage and run grassroots, entrepr
Snow Leopard Enterprises (SLE) offers income generation opportunity for rural herders who share m
Sunlabob is a Lao commercial company, set up in 2000 and licensed in 2001, which operates as a pr
SEDA aims to utilize the power of science, technology, environmental, community development to pr
“Lane Xang”, the “Land of One Million Elephants”, as Laos once proudly called itself, is nowadays
Jalsa Urubshurow's picture
The design and development of the Three Camel Lodge in Mongolia’s Gobi Desert was guided by an em
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