About the project

The World Wisdom Map is a unique project to document the life lessons and stories of people from each of the 195 countries in the world. This consciousness project combines visual, and wisdom anthropology that exists in the world and further sparks awareness about the diversity of lifestyles, as well as the coping mechanism that people employ to create a meaningful life. Using the tool of technology, it is easier to connect and exchange information to ignite hope and global participation in an unbiased and creative way. This collation and exhibition of human wisdom invites you to engage, contribute and learn from in an artistic and interactive way.

The life lessons themselves have inspired a series of exclusive artworks, data narratives and educational modules to amplify the inspiration and impact of each story.

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Life Lessons

Wish to learn some and unlearn some? Then explore the life lessons, click on the discover section on the top navigation bar. You can discover them through the world map view, personally filter according to listed categories or be surprised as you wander through the platform. Clickhere

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In collaboration with ten talented South-East Asian artists and more than fifty students from five Indian and Singaporean institutions, original artworks have been created inspired by the life lessons on the map. A creative interpretation showcasing how one story opens the doors for art to express it. To visit our online art gallery and view the art pieces created by these artists. Clickhere


Bring the essence and experience of 20 insightful activities and exercises to your classroom (literal and figurative one). Each of the 20 activities have been designed using the innovative methodology of Project FUEL. If you wish to download the educational module or help us create a customised one, clickhere

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Data Narratives

When looked at from the lens of data science, each of these life lessons reveal patterns, insights and philosophies on how people learn by themselves and as a collective. If you wish to study the insights curated by data scientists, scholars and visualizer, clickhere

Curated Collections

Our community is home to some inspiring people and ideas. On this platform, we have created special collections allowing you to immerse yourself in the wisdom and warmth of their learnings. To learn from global celebrities, transgender artists, young changemakers clickhere

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How did we do this? 🌼

3055 plus emails. 4067 follows up and nudges. 1600 messages. 900 DMs. Over 200 Google meetups. 400 regular calls. 268 brainstormings and jam sessions. 50 breakdowns. 35 large size pizzas. 11 celebrations. 300 days. 3000 hours. Infinite blessings. And a larger network of warm hearted, generous and kind people.

Meet the team

Conceptualized by

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Project FUEL documents, designs and passes on human wisdom using the tool of education, art and media. Our work has been recognised as one of the world's top 100 innovations in education by Finland based organisation HundrED and was adopted by the City Education Board of Antwerp, Belgium. From survivors of human trafficking in Nepal to middle school children in Afghanistan to refugees in Europe to abandoned ghost villages in Uttarakhand, we have had the privilege to take life lessons all the way to the United Nations Headquarters in New York. Find out more athttps://projectfuel.in/

Founding Patron

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The Singapore International Foundation makes friends for a better world. We build enduring relationships between Singaporeans and world communities, and harness these friendships to enrich lives and effect positive change. Our work is anchored in the belief that cross-cultural interactions provide insights that strengthen understanding. These exchanges inspire action and enable collaborations for good. Our programmes bring people together to share ideas, skills and experiences in areas such as healthcare, education, arts and culture, as well as livelihood and business. We do this because we believe we all can, and should, do our part to build a better world, one we envision as peaceful, inclusive and offering opportunities for all. Find out more atwww.sif.org.sg

Special Thanks

Aakansha Kedia. Aakruti Dalmia. Aditi Gupta. Aisha Amer Sayed. Alex Bell. Alison Wynn. Anjali Kakkad. Antara Borkakoty. Anthony DeMauro. Anto Philip. Aprajita Pathak. Arno Michaelis. Aude LABBE--VIDEAU. Avijit Pathak. Bhavika Sajan. Biswamitra Ray. Bushra Ebadi. Cathy Hithe. Charlie Kniebe-Evans. Chris Meintjes. Christian MBANZAGUSERUKA. Cláudia Maria Coleoni. Colin Boyd Shafer. DaHyun Kim. Darel Seow. Deepika Joon. Deisha Sethi. Deval Kartik. Dr. Jeroen Lauwers. Dwarika Prasad Uniyal. Geetha Gokarn. Geraldine Chin. Gustavs Mārtiņš Upmanis. Harsh Goswami. Hermann Gams. Howard Park. Jaideep Joshi. Jeanne Meyers. Jens Christian Trier. Jessie Balfour-Lynn. Jigyasa Labroo. João Duarte. Juliet Blake. Kamilla Sultanova. Kas Jay. Katija Aladin. Kundan Kumar. KW Jain & Associates. Laila Manal Khalife. Leonardo Párraga. Manisha Chakraborty. Manna Kanuga. Marina Melero. Matthes Lindner. Mbayani Tayai. Mitisha Gaur. Namrata Sachdev. Nelson Deb. Nessi Nasrudin. Nicole Banister. Nihal Ahmed. Nihali Jain. Onyango Otuoma. Paula Fincke. Paula Isturiz. Poornima Sukumar. Prapti Suriya. Praveen Eddla. Pretham Shetty. Priyanka Sheth. Pukhraj Ranjan. Radhika Periera. Rishab Agnihotri. Riya Jain. Robakeibau Nayacalevu Mataitini. Roxanne Chinoy. Rushva Parihar Sangeeta Tiwari. Sayali Jadhav. Seerat Batth. Shannon Luders-Manuel. Sherry Soon. Shirish Waghmare. Shweta Parekh. Siddharth Anantharam. Tahere Talaina Si'isi'ialafia-Mau. Tanvi Bhandari. Taye Balogun. Tuhin Paul. Usha Varia. Vibhor Yadav. Victoria Ibiwoye. Wendy Milette. Wendy Ng. Wesel Dema. Yves Molenaers.