The Sofia Fund: Photos from Tanzania Click on any photo below to enlarge it. Visiting the Maasai: A Massai man tending the cattle. Young Maasai children. Notice the circles on the cheeks. These are from traditional facial scarring. A Maasai man, Ibrahim, stands in front a house for one of his wives. Smiling faces, even though school had to be cancelled for the day due to the blackboard being stolen. A young child looks on from the doorway. The current school in the Maasai village Inside the school. Unfortunately, classes had been cancelled for the day due to the only blackboard being stolen. Tanzanian Grail member, Feliciana. She is a trained Montessori teacher and is caretaker of all the young girls. Felicina in the schoolhouse. Feliciana made all the Montessori learning tools (seen here) for the school by hand U.S. Grail member Mindy with Feliciana. They are standing in front of the garden used to feed all the girls. The girls enjoying their new jump ropes. All the girls at the Grail house with their teacher and caretaker, Grail member Feliciana. They are dressed in their Sunday best! Little Sofia, the youngest of all the girls, and after whom this project was named. Grail member Mindy and her husband Denny sit with the everyone for a nice photo.