Programmes

Sharing the wealth and diversity of Africa’s knowledge, history, culture and contemporary reality through online contribution is a mammoth task. To achieve as broad an impact as possible, Wiki in Africa takes a multi-pronged approach – working with aligned partners to activate Africa through a network of grant-funded, staffed projects.

Though each individual initiative is designed to stand alone, they all aim to accelerate the growth of online communities and encourage a culture of contribution from Africa to Wikipedia and the Wikimedia projects. Click on the logos below to know more about each programme.

Open Knowledge Curriculum

Wiki Loves Women

African narrative, African narrative, African narrative, African narrative, African narrative, Gender gap, Gender gap, Leadership training, Leadership training, Leadership training, Leadership training
Wiki Loves Women

WikiChallenge

Curated OERs, Curated OERs, Education, Education, Technology, Technology, Technology
WikiChallenge

Wiki Loves Africa

Digital skills training, Digital skills training, Digital skills training, Digital skills training, Digital skills training
Wiki Loves Africa

WikiFundi

WikiFundi

WikiAfrica Hour

WikiAfrica Hour

The ISA Tool

Access, Access, Access, Access, Access, Photography, Photography, Structured Data
The ISA Tool

WikiAfrica Heritage

Aligned Open Movement, Aligned Open Movement, Aligned Open Movement, Community building, Community building, Community building, Community building, GLAM, Professional training, Professional training
WikiAfrica Heritage