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Abubakari Sixberth
Best way to connect: Via email
Wikimedia Community User Group Kilimanjaro
Participating as: For my whole organisation or group
Tanzania • Middle East and Africa (MEA) region
Preferred times: Saturday, Sunday (12 - 16 UTC)
Can dedicate: Between one (1) hour and three (3) hours per week
Languages: English, Swahili
Main Wikimedia projects: Wikipedia → encyclopedia
Areas of interests: Human Rights, Culture, heritage or GLAM
Other peer learning/training initiatives participating in: Article Editing
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Skills this profile would like to learn
Preferred way of learning: By being mentored by an organization with more experience, Have a 1:1 online coffee/tea with someone

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Skills this profile would like to share
Preferred way of sharing: Participate in an e-learning clinic sharing my case (2h plus workshops with 15-20 people), Accompanying a person or a group for a certain period of time (mentoring)

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Further details about what I would like to learn.

Technical skills is very important in our dairly life. Actually i want to impove my self technically, so that i can teach and share a lot of what i have learn inorder to support community work.

Stories about sharing


Interesting stories about applying the skills I want to share.

I have learn about supervisory skill. During my training i was able to learn different skills that a supervisor needs to insure success to the work or organization. Those skills includes Leadership skills, Time management skills, confict Resolution, interpersonal skills, communication skills, Decision-making as well as critical thinking and Problem solving. So through what i have learn i can use them effective and share with others to make sure that we bring changes to the community.

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