WikiAfrica Schools

Introducing schools to WikiFundi and Wikipedia by incorporating local article-writing programme into their curriculums to build the next generation of Wikipedians. Status: Active WikiAfrica Schools supports the teacher’s mission to introduce global knowledge systems to their students, along with best practices and tools relating to critical thought. Additionally, the students benefit by being part of … Read More


A multi-national contest that creates a fun way for students to learn how knowledge is built by contributing to Vikidia, the little sister of Wikipedia dedicated to children aged 8-15 years. Status: Active Link to the contest home page : WikiChallenge_Ecoles_d’Afrique   WikiChallenge Ecoles d’Afrique is a multi-national contest that creates a fun, engaging way … Read More


Provides an offline editable environment that enables new contributors to learn how to edit Wikipedia and work on articles collaboratively, even when access to power, technology and the internet is unavailable. Status: Active In Africa, access to electricity, technology and internet connectivity often fails or is not available at all. Driven by the belief that … Read More

Wikipedia Primary School

This project sets out to provide students, families and teachers the information on Wikipedia that is required to complete the cycle of primary education in their country, in their language. Wikipedia aims to be an educational tool and it is available online, via mobile phones and offline. Experiences have shown, however, that once accessible, Wikipedia … Read More