WikiFundi – closing the digital divide offline

30th January 2022

Now in Spanish, English, and French. For most people reading this, being online has become an integral part of our lives. It is how we function, work, communicate, collaborate, and connect to our families, friends, communities, and colleagues.  Yet nearly 37% of the global population is not connected at all. For most people, being offline … Read More

An Unknown Africa, told by the WikiChallenge children

18th June 2021

These are the unedited testimonies from school children who live in Africa. They have chosen to tell an aspect of their culture, of their daily life, of their history … they are unexpected, unusual, moving and, above all, unknown. Through Wiki In Africa’s WikiChallenge African Schools programme they have been able to publish their stories … Read More

Education : School Teaching Resources introducing Authors’ Rights published by Wiki in Africa

30th December 2020

In the final weeks of 2020, Wiki in Africa published a French Wikibook Ressources pédagogiques relatives au droit d’auteur. The Wikibook contains teaching materials and assignment models to support teachers in the introduction to authors’ rights, Creative Commons licenses, and licensing attribution. The target audience is aimed at students (10-15-years-old) in French-speaking Africa. The project … Read More