WikiAfrica
project
 WikiAfrica facilitates access to information, while encouraging knowledge sharing and archiving. WikiAfrica aims at expanding and improving the information available online about Africa. WikiAfrica considers Wikipedia and Wikimedia as an extended international forum, capable of giving Africa a voice and visibility.

Wikipedia is an online, multilingual, open encyclopedic project. On Wikipedia, contents are collaboratively written by volunteers from all around the world.  

The project WikiAfrica is designed to Africanize Wikipedia through networking, researches, projects, publications, and events. WikiAfrica contributes both online and offline to Wikimedia projects with texts, quotes, images, audio and video files. In order to achieve its mission, WikiAfrica is divided into different areas of intervention. On Wikipedia you can see how the project unfolds. 
 
WikiAfrica is open to the active participation of all institutions, organizations, and individuals who share its mission statements.

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In collaboration with

Wikimedia Italia; Doual'art, Douala, Cameroon; Chimurenga, Cape Town, South Africa; Ker-Thiossane, Dakar, Senegal; Afriradio, Verona, Italy; Asinitas, Rome, Italy; Festival del Cinema Africano, dell'Asia e dell'America Latina, Milan, Italy; Fondazione Nigrizia onlus,Verona, Italy
Officina Griot, Rome, Italy; COSV, Milan/Rome, Italy; Fondazione ISMU, Milan, Italy; Wikimedia España; Викимедија Србије (Wikimedia Serbia); Wikimedia CH; Katholieke Universiteit Leuven - Institute for Anthropological Research in Africa, Lueven, Belgium; Artistic collections of Sfroza Castel - Extra-European Collections, Milan, Italy; Fondazione Alessandro Passaré, Milan, Italy; Butterfly Works, Amsterdam, Netherlands; FCAT - Festival de Cine Africano de Còrdoba, Spain; Casa Àfrica, Spain; Festival del Cinema Africano, Verona, Italy; AfricaFilms.tv; M-Net African Film Library;Out in Africa Film Festival, Cape Town, South Africa; Encounters Documentary Film Festival, Cape Town and Johannesburg, South Africa; GALA - Gay and Lesbian Memory in Action, South Africa; Assaman,Italiy/Senegal/Burkina; Africa e Mediterraneo, Italy; Cinema Africa-Africa e diaspore nel cinema, Italy; Fondazioni 4 Africa, Italy; ACRA - Cooperazione Rurale in Africa e America Latina, Milan, Italy; Fondazione Piero e Lucille Corti Onlus, Milan, Italy; Good Samaritan, Caronno Varesino, Italy; AMREF, Italy; COOPI- Cooperazione Internazionale, Milan, Italy; Cesvi, Bergamo, Italy; CeSPI - Centro Studi di Politica Internazionale, Rome, Italy; Stretta di Mano, Curtatone, Italy; COSPE - Co-operation for the Development of Emerging Countries, Italy; A-POIS - Art Projects to Overcome Impossible SItes, Lavagna, Italy; Tropenmuseum, Amsterdam, Netherlands; African Architecture Matters, Utrecht, Netherlands; Revue Noire, Paris, France; Doctors with Africa Cuamm, Italy; Africultures, Drôme, France; SudPlanète/SouthPlanet, Les Pilles, France; Vétérinaires Sans Frontières Europa, Brussels, Belgium; Fratelli dell'uomo, Padua, Italy; Zanzibar National Museum, Zanzibar, Tanzania; Short Story Day Africa; Phuthidikabo Museum, Mochudi, Botswana; Mus'art Gallery, KUMBO, Cameroon; Curate Africa, South Africa; Postal Museum, Matengatenga, Malawi; Hyrax Hill Museum, Lanet Nakuru, Kenya; Blackitude Museum, Yaoundé, Cameroun; Uganda National Museum, Kampala, Uganda; National Gallery of Zimbabwe, Harare, Zimbabwe; First Floor Gallery, Harare, Zimbabwe; Gambia National Museum, Banjul, Gambia; Abasuba Community Peace museum, Suba, Kenya; Brooklyn Museum, New York, USA; Smithsonian Institute, Washington, USA; l'ultima frontier@ - africa e innovazione, Italy; The Archival Platform, South Africa; Bartolomeu Dias Museum, Mossel Bay, South Africa; Beaufort-West Museum, Cape Karoo, South Africa; Cango Caves Museum, Oudtshoorn, Eden, South Africa; Cape Medical Museum, Green Point, Cape Town, South Africa; CP Nel Museum, Oudtshoorn, Eden, South Africa; Drostdy Museum, Swellendam, Overberg, South Africa; Fransie Pienaar Museum, Prince Albert, Central Karoo, South Africa; Genadendal Mission Museum, Genadendal, Theewaterskloof, South Africa; George Museum, George, Eden, South Africa; Groot-Brakrivier Museum, Groot-Brakrivier, Mossel Bay, South Africa; Hout Bay Museum, Hout Bay, Cape Town, South Africa; Huguenot Memorial Museum, Franschhoek, Stellenbosch, South Africa; Jan Dankaert Museum, Porterville, Bergrivier, South Africa; Koopmans De Wet House Museum, Cape Town, South Africa; Montagu Museum, Montagu, Breede River Winelands, South Africa; Old Harbour Museum, Hermanus, Overstrand, South Africa; Paarl Museum, Paarl, Drakenstein, South Africa; Robertson Museum, Robertson, Breede River Winelands, South Africa; SA Fisheries Museum, Cape Town, South Africa; SA Missionary Meeting House Museum, Cape Town, South Africa; Shipwreck Museum, Bredasdorp, Cape Agulhas, South Africa; Simon's Town Museum, Simon's Town, Cape Town, South Africa; Stellenbosch Museum, South Africa;Transport Riders Museum, Ceres, Witzenberg, South Africa; Wellington Museum, Wellington, Drakenstein, Moorreesburg, Swartland, South Africa; Wheat Industry Museum, Moorreesburg, Swartland, South Africa; Worcester Museum, Worcester, Breede Valley, South Africa; The National Archives, United Kindom.
 
WikiAfrica websites
WikiAfrica on Wikipedia
WikiAfrica.org

Scientific director
Iolanda Pensa, art critic and researcher

Project manager
Cristina Perillo

In partnership with
Africa Centre, Cape Town, South Africa



Budget
€ 455.066,86
Total budget 2007-2010 of WikiAfrica project
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