Dear African-Wikimedians Network,
The Wikimedians of Twi Language User Group is happy to announce the
completion of research project to advance the Initiative 25 of the
Movement Strategy Recommendations on Regional and Thematic Hubs by
surfacing the needs and priorities of Wikimedians across the West Africa
The project aim was to explore ways that a hub structure might address any
existing gaps and contribute to ongoing conversations highlighting the
priorities of the West Africa Region.
We are excited to inform you that a comprehensive draft implementation plan
with findings of this project is available and can be accessed here:
We would love to hear your thoughts about the report. You can contact us
through email at hubresearchwa(a)gmail.com.
We look forward to hearing from you!
We are happy to present Naija Office Hours, the end-of-the-year special
edition with the theme "One-on-One with Maryana Iskander."
The December edition of the conversation will host Maryana Iskander, the
Executive director of the Wikimedia Foundation, to learn from her
trajectory from cradle to greatness in leading one of the most influential
Non-for-profit organizations in the world.
It's happening at Noon WAT on Saturday, December 10th, 2022
Please register here to attend:
To moderate the session and ensure etiquette, we have designed a google
form here:(https://forms.gle/mXy8JVgikVH9mWQ8A) for you to ask your
questions, as we will only entertain questions submitted to the google form
before the meeting. We will continue to receive questions till December 4th.
See you all again soon.
Wiki Loves Africa Home+Habitat ISA tool MetaData drive has started!
There are prizes to be won as you add the metadata details to the images
after selecting your country! Spread the word!
Join the campaign here: http://bit.ly/WLA22_ISA
Deadline: January 15th, 2022
Free Knowledge Africa is organising a campaign; Explore Africa Writing
Are you interested in contributing to the open knowledge about tourism and
travelling in Africa?
This campaign is for you.
To promote tourism, there should be information, and Wikivoyage provides
the detailed travel information needed to have an enjoyable travel
Explore Africa is a campaign and contest to promote travel information and
tourism in Africa by creating articles about travelling in Africa. These
include itineraries, phrasebooks and destinations (cities, towns, parks
and game reserves) on English Wikivoyage.
Wikivoyage seeks to be the ultimate travel guide that aims to give tourism
a refreshing evolution.
Come join us this December in The Explore Africa Writing Contest on the
English Wikivoyage. There are amazing prizes to be won and also there will
be training sessions to help you get familiar with Wikivoyage.
Register here <https://bit.ly/exploreafrica2022>
Visit the project page on Meta
<https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Explore_Africa> to know more about the
contest and also watch this Youtube video <https://youtu.be/ruRBHGjGaHE> to
learn more about the contest.
Associate, Free Knowledge Africa (FKA)