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.
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
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
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
In continuation of one of the core objectives of Wiki Loves Women in Africa and also coping with the yearning of some of our country leading NGO, CEE-HOPE Nigeria re-invited Wikimedia UG Nigeria for another session of edit-a-thorn at their office premise on the 15th August, 2016. The event expanded and created new article pages … Read More
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