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

Wiki Loves Women in Niger with Fatiman Alher

October 31, 2016By Dominique Eliane YaoCote d'Ivoire

The 28th of October 2016 will stay an important date in the history of the Wikipedia/media community in Niger. The meeting, who took place in Homeland Hôtel in Niamey, between the President of the User Group de Côte d’Ivoire, Donatien Kangah, and the President of Femme & TIC Niger, Fatiman Alher, marked a future collaboration, … 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

Flashback on the second ‘Soirée contributive’ from Wikimedia Côte d’Ivoire

October 25, 2016By Dominique Eliane YaoCote d'Ivoire

The second ‘Soirée contributive de Wikimédia Community User Group Côte d’Ivoire’ on the Wiki Loves Women project, took place on Friday 21st of October 2016, in the E-voir agency building. It was all about making sure that everything was still running smoothly after last week’s meeting. Dominique Eliane Yao, Wiki Loves Women Team Leader for … 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