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|Offline: Content Development|
|Offline: Tech Development|
|Offline: Download Library|
Current distribution 
See distribution map here.
Please add the detailed information from any of your distributions! For help, see Offline Projects/Distribution/Map editing.
Case studies of distribution 
- Kenya: Wikipedia offline for Kenyan Schools - used WMF Grant to install offline Wikipedia into a variety of classrooms around Kenya.
- Arabic Wikipedia: Offline Projects/Case Studies/2012 ARWP Site Notice - advertised offline Wikipedia as a site notice on Arabic Wikipedia, resulting in record downloads across the Arabic speaking world!
- Afripedia - offline distribution of Wikipedia content (+training), by Wikimedia France 
Partners in distribution 
Distributors of offline 
- eGranary Digital Library delivers educational resources to computer users in developing countries whom lack consistent and/or inexpensive access to Internet. Wikipedia is one such resource. It is estimated that there are ~1M people whom access the eGranary library, and from preliminary usage logs, ~25% of these users access Wikipedia in a given time period. For more information on eGranary and the WiderNet project see:
Computer distributors 
Education institutions