Maasai boys in Arusha, Tanzania

Yashasvi Juyal2018

Project FUEL

Project FUEL

Young Maasai boys in front of a boma (huts in local Maa language) in Arusha, Tanzania.

Deepak Ramola is the Founder and Artistic Director of Project FUEL, an organisation that documents and designs human wisdom. He also serves as the Kindness Ambassador for UNESCO MGIEP. Through his methodology, recognised at world's top 100 innovations in education by Finland based organisation HundrED, he has worked with the women of Maasai community to young girls in Afghanistan and to sex workers of Kamathipura, learnings from earthquake survivors in Nepal to Syrian refugees in Europe and migration-affected villages of Uttarakhand, India.

In the third edition of the Wise Wall Project, we are collaborating with the culturally rich and one of the oldest communitys in the world, the Maasai community, in Arusha, Tanzania, in partnership with Vikram Solar Ltd., Vijana Inspiring Foundation, Lions Club of Dar es Salaam and Arusha City, and Google Arts and Culture. Along with building an on-ground community centre and museum for the community, we are bringing an exclusive insight into the life, lifestyle and learnings from this inspiring community.

The Wise Wall Project is an initiative of Project FUEL that aims to document, design and strengthen the wisdom of rural communities and marginalised villages using art and community outreach programmes. The arts lead the way to raise support for the challenges these villages face today like migration, quality education and access to basic amenities like water and roads.


  • Title: Maasai boys in Arusha, Tanzania
  • Creator: Yashasvi Juyal
  • Date Created: 2018
  • Location: Arusha, Tanzania
  • Subject Keywords: Wise Wall Tanzania
  • Type: Photograph

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