She Writes Woman

February 11, 2017By Olaniyan OlusholaIn Nigeria

She Writes Woman (SWW) is a movement of love, hope and support for women living with mental illnesses. We seek to ensure that people living with mental disorders are believed, understood and supported. It is no longer enough that mental health is left only to mental health professionals to speak about. We believe that warriors … Read More

Wiki Loves Women (Team Nigeria) Partners Blackface Media to broadcast Wiki Loves Women events in Nigeria

January 29, 2017By Olaniyan OlusholaUncategorized

The Management of Blackface Media, one of the leading broadcasting organizations in Nigeria has partnered Wiki Loves Women (Team Nigeria) to support the work of the group in Nigeria. The partnership is one of the numerous efforts of Wikimedia UG Nigeria and Wiki Loves Women Team to create awareness for the event and Wikimedia activities … Read More

Wiki Loves Women (Team Nigeria) Hosts She Writes Woman (SWW) to discuss Challenges of Mental Illness among Nigerian Woman

January 29, 2017By Olaniyan OlusholaUncategorized

Two  days were earmarked to celebrate Nigerian women in the month of January 2017,  16th and 17th to be precised. The event was c0-organized by Goethe Institut, Wikimedia UG Nigeria and She Writes Woman. The program was tagged “Mental Illness among Nigerian Women: Taking back the Initiative. The program involved arrays of stake holders in … Read More

News Agency of Nigeria focuses on Nigerian Women Through Wiki Loves Women Event…

October 29, 2016By Olaniyan OlusholaIn Nigeria

Nigerian women in Science and Technology  in collaboration with Goethe Institut, Wiki Loves Women, WikiAfrica , Women’s Empowerment Technology Center (W.TEC) and Wikimedia UG Nigeria (WUGN) gathered on the 13th of October, 2016 at the main of hall of  Goethe Institut in Lagos, South west Nigeria to celebrate all notable Nigerian women. The event was … Read More

Again! Wiki Loves Women gathered Nigerian women to edit Wikipedia in Lagos ..

October 12, 2016By Olaniyan OlusholaIn Nigeria

On the 10th October, 2016 Wikimedia UG Nigeria, Bestspring Foundation, Goethe Institut and WikiAfrica co-hosted Wiki Loves Women  event at Goethe Institut in Lagos, Nigeria. The event was tagged: Women in Social Services: Promoting SDG in Nigeria. In attendance are stakeholders  in social services in Nigeria. The program contributed over 50 images to Wikimedia commons … Read More

Abuja stands still for Wiki Loves Women

October 4, 2016By Olaniyan OlusholaIn Nigeria

It was a carnival-like atmosphere in the city of Abuja  for  two days,  when Project Pink Blue co-hosted Wiki Loves Women in collaboration with Wikimedia UG Nigeria (WUGN), WikiAfrica, and Goethe Institut . The event titled Inspired Women: Health and Community  aimed at commemorating Nigerian women within and outside the country. It took place on … Read More