Ghana holds Art+Feminism Wiki Loves Women Edit-a-thon

May 10, 2017By Raphael BerchieIn Ghana

On the 4th of March 2017, the Wiki Loves Women Ghana Team held a satellite node of the Arts and Feminism Edit-a-thon in Accra. Arts and Feminism is a international  campaign within the Wikimedia movement aimed at promoting contents around Women in the Arts and Feminism across the globe. This year’s intervention saw over 2500 people … Read More

Wiki Indaba Kickstarts in Accra

January 16, 2017By Raphael BerchieUncategorized

The biannual regional conference of African Wikipedians ‘’Wiki Indaba’’ will begin in Accra, Ghana from the 20th – 22nd January 2017. This will be the second edition of the conference after the first edition was initiated and hosted  by Wikimedia South Africa (WMZA).   It was first held in Johannesburg South Africa from June 20th … Read More

WLW stuns Ashesi University

November 7, 2016By Raphael BerchieAshesi University, In Ghana

On 29th November, Ashesi University charted a new  cause by embracing Open Movement activities.The Wiki Loves Women  Team as part of its outreach activities  their  outreach to Brekuso Hills where  Ashesi University is located. This was a follow up to an earlier conversation with Ashesi University by the Team Lead and WIR about having a collaboration … Read More

WLW Goes for Monuments

October 25, 2016By Raphael BerchieIn Ghana, Uncategorized

On 17th September, 2016. The Wiki Loves Women (Ghana) Team joined the Wiki Loves Monuments Team in Ghana on a trip to Kumasi in the Ashanti Region  as part of events marking Wiki Loves Monuments in Ghana. Wiki Loves Monuments is an international photo contest that is held across the globe within the Wikimedia movements to … Read More

Wiki Loves Women (Ghana) attends African Summit

October 5, 2016By Raphael BerchieIn Ghana

The African Summit on Girls and Women in Technology was held from the 13-14th September 2016 at the Labadi Beach Hotel in Accra.The event sought to bring together women on the African continent who were playing diverse roles in the tech sphere and to set up an agenda in getting more women in ICT. The … Read More