In a room gently perfumed with lemongrass scent, with wide screens showing slide shows of women from diverse horizons and conditions, stands the perfect decor to welcome the event « Femmes De Nos Vies/Women of our lives » organised by Team Jeune Africain Moderne (JAM), as a pretor before the International Women Day. Saturday 4th of March … Read More
Wiki Loves Women, only started less than 1 year ago but also has great projects: creating a User Group in Cameroon. After several months and several training sessions, Cameroon can finally take part in the Wikimedia Foundation community. Indeed, through the Wiki Loves Women project, people have worked hard in showing what Wikipedia is, and … Read More
During the 2nd édition of theWikiIndaba held in Accra in Ghana, from the 20th to the 22nd of January 2017, a Wiki Loves Women project assessment session took place on Monday 23rd of January 2017 at theGoethe Institute with sponsors or some managers from Wikimedia Foundation. The 4 countries: Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, Cameroon and Nigeria … Read More
On Tuesday 30th of August 2016 at the regional cultural delegation in Douala, Georges Fodouop made an intervention during the seminar on ‘skills reinforcement’ of the ligue des photographes camerounais from the coastline region. It was about trying to inform the photographers about the opportunity to upload content about important women in Cameroon and Cameroon … Read More
On Friday 14th of October 2016, the agency E-voir, Wikimédia Côte d’Ivoire Head office, hosted its first ‘contribution parties’ session as part of the Wiki Loves Women project. Aimed at encouraging the contribution of content for the project Wiki Loves Women, the first session of the ‘contribution parties’ managed to gather around ten wikimedians who … Read More
On Tuesday 30th of August 2016 at the regional cultural delegation in Douala, Georges Fodouop took part in the seminar aimed at Cameroonian photographers. He managed to capture their attention to produce more content on important women from Cameroon and on Cameroon through the Wiki Loves Women project and the photo competition Wiki Loves Africa.
In collaboration with the person responsible for the communication of the projecton Saturday 10th of September 2016 at the Wikpedia’s ActivSpaces, of Wiki Loves Women. Photo competition Wiki Loves Africa and Writing competition WikiVillages.
It was on Saturday 24th of September 2016 in ActivSpaces in Douala where during the wikithon, we created the article aboutDora Decca, Cameroonian artist and we trained to learn how to insert a photo in an article after uploading it in Wikimedia Commons.
After launching the first public event in Douala on the 6th of August 2016, it was important to move to a more practical phase and start creating encyclopaedic articles. The meeting which took place on Saturday 13th of August 2016 helped us creating the article on Elisabeth Medou Badang.
Digital Thursday is a community network pulled by businesses, investors and innovators to discuss digital orientations, share knowledge, stimulate new ideas and move things along. To this effect, a monthly event is organised each Thursday in a shape of an afterwork and regrouping all the digital actors wishing to exchange about new trends and latest … Read More