Visual identity guidelines and brand Wikipedia is a precious, shared resource, used around the world by millions of people every day. This is why the Wikimedia Foundation created guidelines to help authorised re-users of the Wikimedia Foundation’s official brand identity, including Wikipedia, represent our identity in a way that is consistent with the quality, impact, […]See details
The term ”wikimedia” is used as the name for the community of Wikipedia contributors (or Wikipedians) and other sister projects (Wikimedia Commons, WikiSource etc.). This community exists across the world! Most of the contributors work on their contributions to Wikipedia via their computers, tablets or phones. But others choose to connect with other contributors, and […]See details
WikiAfrica was started in 2006 as a collaboration between Wikimedia IT and lettera27, since then – via the support of several organisations and the work of a few people – it has grown to embrace the continent and build communities. It has been pivotal in driving the current contributions done by communities across sub-Saharan Africa.
The projects detailed below form the main backbone of the WikiAfrica movement. They have all been conceptualised, instigated and led by three members of Wiki In Africa, although until 2017 through the agency or fiscal sponsorship of different organisations.
The organisations that have hosted or are collaborating on Wiki Africa projects include: