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Dagbani Wikimedians User Group 2024 Annual Programs
start date2024-07-012024-07-01T00:00:00Z
end date2025-06-302025-06-30T00:00:00Z
budget (local currency)734017.94 GHS
amount requested (USD)107845.35 USD [note 1]
amount recommended (USD)50000
amount recommended (local currency)740737.95 GHS
grant typeWikimedia Affiliate (chapter, thematic org., or user group)
funding regionSSA
decision fiscal year2023-24
funding program roundRound 2
organization (if applicable)Dagbani Wikimedians User Group

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Applicant information[edit]

Organization name or Wikimedia Username for individuals. (required)
Dagbani Wikimedians User Group
Do you have any approved General Support Fund requests? (required)
Yes, I have already applied and received a General Support Fund
You are applying as a(n). (required)
Wikimedia Affiliate (chapter, thematic org., or user group)
Are your group or organization legally registered in your country? (required)
Do you have a fiscal sponsor?
Fiscal organization name.

Main proposal[edit]

1. Please state the title of your proposal. This will also be a title for the Meta-Wiki page. (required)
Dagbani Wikimedians User Group 2024 Annual Programs
2. Do you want to apply for the multi-year funding or renewal process? (required)
2.1. For how many years of multi-year funding are you applying? (required)
2.2. Provide a brief overview of Year 2 and Year 3 of the proposed plan and how this relates to the current proposal and your strategic plan? (required)


3. Proposed start date. (required)
4. Proposed end date. (required)
5. Does your organization or group have an Affiliate or Organizational Annual Plan that can help us understand your proposal? If yes, please provide it. (required)
6. Does your affiliate, organization or group have a Strategic Plan that can help us understand your proposal? If yes, please provide it. (required)
7. Where will this proposal be implemented? (required)
8. What are your programs, approaches, and strategies? What are the challenges that you are trying to address and how will your strategies support you in addressing these challenges? (required)

NB: See below a detailed description of our community strategic plan for more information: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1P9mqMUpwpxo6vbFACMGV9jr3DMhtYSuoiD9090GVs20/edit

The overall goal of the Dagbani Wikimedians User Group is to support the Mabia languages on Wikimedia, develop a structured and linked open data repository for these languages by leveraging the power of Wikidata, and provide general support for individuals and organizations interested in contributing to Wikipedia in our various languages.

Even though our user group continues to grow using innovative strategies, the challenges we face are not different from the other Wikimedia language communities. Just like other communities, we are sometimes faced with challenges related to recruiting new editors, volunteer retention and outreach initiatives. Again, we have little to none machine aided translations for our languages, which have pinned us on translations to support the language digitization and revitalization. Other challenges include inadequate technical skills among leadership and lack of local funding support and partnerships in Ghana.

The following are some programs, approaches, and strategies we used to address challenges faced by the Dagbani Wikimedians user group:

  • Editathons and Contests: Over the years, our user group’s activities are largely centered on Wikipedia editathons, photographic competitions, and article writing contests. Through these activities, we have been able to create more content on our various language Wikipedia platforms and have increased general participation in our community activities. Both our online and offline workshops have helped us train more volunteers. Editathon and contests, on the other hand, have helped our language projects transition from the incubator to mainstream Wikipedia. After the approval of the Dagbani Wikipedia and the Gurene Wikipedia in 2020 and 2021 respectively, the Dagaare Wikipedia became the third language project to be approved by the Wikimedia language committee under the Dagbani Wikimedians User Group.
  • Community Engagement: Community engagement is a great approach to community growth. Our continued support for the communities has been the benchmark on which we have thrived. The backbone of the community is the volunteers, and consistently engaging them, building their capacity, thoughtful reflection, and feedback have been instrumental in fostering collaboration and community cohesion. We offer stable internet access and data allowances to active contributors and free co-working space to those unable to afford laptops and internet data.
  • Translations: As a language community, we work solely to support the revitalization and integration of the Mabia languages, also known as the Mole Dagbani group of languages on Wikimedia. To successfully integrate these languages into the Wikimedia ecosystem, there is a need for the community to translate dozens of media wiki messages into the languages we work with. As one of the major requirements for the approval of language Wikipedia projects, which is translating the 'most used mediawiki’ messages on translatewiki.net, the user group has recruited language students and researchers to extensively translate mediawiki messages beyond the most important messages.

Translatewiki project page on meta: https://w.wiki/8XDY

Statistics for our 5 language projects: Dagbani: https://translatewiki.net/wiki/Special:LanguageStats?language=dag&x=D Dagaare: https://translatewiki.net/wiki/Special:LanguageStats?language=dga&x=D Gurene: https://translatewiki.net/wiki/Special:LanguageStats?language=gur&x=D Moore: https://translatewiki.net/wiki/Special:LanguageStats?language=mos&x=D Kusaal: https://translatewiki.net/wiki/Special:LanguageStats?language=kus&x=D

  • Capacity building: For a community to contribute their quota to the movement, they need the knowledge and skills to do so. We empower our community by giving them skills at different levels and also based on their experience. We have organized training for our trainers of trainees and co-leads who continue to impact their communities. Tools training is another important skill we seek to develop and we will be embarking on a bi-weekly tool development training to better utilize the tools that are on toolforge.org.

See here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qV6IGWnNPFY

  • Hubs activities: Hub activities have proven to be one of the most effective ways to engage students and teachers in Wikimedia projects. For a community whose volunteer base comprises 70% of language students and teachers, we recognize the need to create activities that are focused on equipping language students with the editing skills required to contribute more to our projects. Since 2020, the user group has successfully implemented hub projects in 4 universities and colleges in northern Ghana, namely Tace Wiki hub, Bace Wiki hub, KNUST Wiki club and Ho technical university wiki club (HTU Wiki club)

Link to our Wikipedia clubs and hub pages: https://w.wiki/9LLp https://w.wiki/9LLq https://w.wiki/9LLs https://w.wiki/9LLu

  • Media Outreach and Contest: As a language user group, we will continue to advocate for use of Wikipedia as a teaching tool. The community has participated in several non Wikimedia language programs to raise awareness of Ghanaian language Wikipedias on TV, radio and social media. Our flagship media outreach program, the Dagbani Wikipedia Saha, remains one of our most outstanding projects and has helped us recruit and retain more volunteers. The program leverages the power of digital media to create awareness, reach more volunteers, and engage with other Wikimedians who may not attend some of our programs because of time and distance. Our partner organization, Sagani TV, is a northern-based free-to-air digital satellite TV channel on Multi-TV which makes it easier for people to learn how to edit Wikipedia from the comfort of their homes, irrespective of their geographical location.
  • Micro grants: As a community, we value the ingenuity and innovative ideas of our community members and the sister communities. To create room for individual growth and development within the community while satisfying the creative drive of the members, we offer micro grant support to the four sister communities to implement projects that are unique and specific and deemed relevant to their community growth but were not initially captured in our annual plan. We plan to expand this approach because, from the feedback received from our sister communities in their report, it is evident that it was useful and has helped them achieve their specific community goals. Through the micro grant program, the communities have been able to increase the quality and quantity of articles through their online and offline editathons and office hours.

Links to language community project pages: https://w.wiki/9LNn https://w.wiki/9LNn https://w.wiki/9LNs https://w.wiki/9LNt https://w.wiki/8Ln4 https://artandfeminism.org/edit_a_thon/women-in-politics-and-technology-gurene-in-focus/ https://artandfeminism.org/edit_a_thon/african-women-in-sports-gurene-labels-and-descriptions/

  • Collaboration and partnership: As a language community, we understand the need to collaborate with other Wikimedia communities, organizations working to support indigenous language projects, academic institutions, language research centers and other Wikimedia mission-aligned organizations. Over the years, we have user group has partnered with several organizations such as Sagani TV, Leadership and Development Through partnerships (LDP), Dagbani Teachers, Association (DTA), Art+Feminism, Language Diversity Hub, Ghana NLP, Wikimedia Deutschland and Global Voices. These partnerships did not only increase the awareness of Wikimedia projects in northern Ghana, it has also helped us to recruit more volunteer editors as well as increase community participation within the user group.

See links below: https://cos.knust.edu.gh/news/news-articles/wikimedia-community-collaborates-equip-students-and-staff-media-and-information https://rising.globalvoices.org/blog/2023/05/10/wikimedian-meet-up-to-celebrate-ghanas-linguistic-diversity/ https://firstnewsroom.com/2023/05/20/ghanaian-wikimedia-languages-organisers-first-mini-conference/ https://www.myjoyonline.com/ghanaian-wikimedia-languages-meet-ups-begin-in-tamale/

9. What categories are your main programs and related activities under? Please select all that apply. (required)
Category Yes/No
Education Yes
Culture, heritage or GLAM Yes
Gender and diversity Yes
Community support and engagement Yes
Participation in campaigns and contests Yes
Public policy advocacy No
Other No


9.1.1. Select all your programs and activities for Education. (required)
Wiki Club, Reading Wikipedia in the Classroom or other Reading/Evaluating Wikipedia Training, Editing Wikipedia Training, Translation, Wikidata programs, Research, Wikimedia Commons programs
Other programs and activities if any: N/A
9.1.2. Select all relevant audience groups for Education. (required)
Vocational, tertiary, or higher education, Teachers or professors, Senior citizens
Other groups if any: N/A

Culture, heritage or GLAM

9.2. Select all your programs and activities for Culture, heritage or GLAM. (required)
Documenting or incubating languages on Wikimedia projects, Introducing new approaches to underrepresented culture and heritage, e.g. decolonising or reparative work; oral and visual knowledge; outreach to communities of origin, indigenous and first nations self-determination, Supporting institutions to open up their collections, data, metadata, and research, Supporting GLAM professionals to incorporate use of Wikimedia in their work, through documentation, training, or Wikimedian in Residence programs, Partnering with institutions, professional associations, and allied organizations to raise awareness of open culture, ethical sharing, and related issues
Other programs and activities if any: N/A

Gender and diversity

9.3. Select all your programs and activities for Gender and diversity.
Bringing in women and/or gender diverse participants and editors, Focusing on creating content about women and/or gender diverse groups, including biographies, intersectional topic areas and/or adding images, Focusing on creating content about marginalized (underrepresented) communities and their knowledge, Focusing on knowledge equity by bringing in contributors from underrepresented communities, Building organizer skills in women and diversity groups, Fomenting female leadership within the movement (either staff, members or boards), Sensitize and educate for gender perspective among Wikimedia projects stewards and editors
Other programs and activities if any: N/A

Community support and engagement

9.4. Select all your programs and activities for Community support and engagement.
On-wiki training of community members, Off-wiki training of community members, Organizing meetups, conferences, and community events, Supporting community members' participation in events and conferences, Offering microgrants and other financial support to community members , Offering non financial support and services to community members (equipment, space, books, etc.)
Other programs and activities if any: N/A

Participation in campaigns and contests

9.5. Select all campaigns that apply. (required)
Art+Feminism, Feminism and Folklore, Wiki Loves Earth, Wiki Loves Folklore, Wiki Loves Monuments, WikiForHumanRights, Wikipedia Birthday or Anniversary
Other programs and activities if any: N/A
10. Please include a link to or upload a timeline (operational calendar) for your programs and activities. (required)
11. Describe your team. (required)
  • Sadik Shahadu, User:Shahadusadik -is the Executive Director (ED) of the Dagbani Wikimedians User Group (DWUG). He has been a longstanding volunteer for the Wikimedia Foundation since 2016 who has served in different capacities both at community and committee levels including but not limited to the grants committee, Wikimedia Executive Directors group, Steering committee member of the Language Diversity Hub, among others. He co-founded the Dagbani Wikimedians User Group that has given birth to the Gurene Wikimedia Community, Moore Wikmedia Community, Dagaare Wikimedia Community and the Kusaal Wikimedia Community.

The ED is a salaried staff member and leads the organization by overseeing strategic planning, financial management, board and stakeholder relations, program management, and public relations, ensuring alignment with the mission and effective execution of initiatives and programs.

  • Yussif Abdul-Rasheed, User:Din-nani1 - is the Project Manager (PM) for the DWUG and is a salaried staff member. He has been a volunteer contributor since 2015 with vast experience in project management.

The PM is primarily tasked with planning, executing, and delivering projects within a specified timeframe. The PM manages the budget and scope constraints- involving responsibilities such as comprehensive project planning, resource allocation, risk identification and management, communication with stakeholders, and ensuring project deliverables' quality and timely delivery.

  • Khadija Iddrisu, User:Dheejah- is the IT Manager for DWUG and is a volunteer staff member. She is a PHD candidate pursuing Artificial Intelligence and has a lot of experience with data analytics and Information technology.

The IT Manager oversees and manages the organization's IT infrastructure, systems, and technology initiatives to ensure operational efficiency, security, and alignment with the group's mission and goals. The IT Manager maintains the data and general information about projects on the organization’s website and other relevant sources.

  • Fuseini Mugisu Suhuyini, User:Sir Amugi - is a volunteer staff member in charge of communications and social media management. He has served in that capacity with other organizations in the past and has garnered a lot of experience with public relations and management.

The Communications and Social Media Manager is responsible for developing and executing a comprehensive communications strategy aligned with the organization's goals, including brand management, public relations (outreach and campaigns), content creation, and budget oversight to effectively promote the organization's brand and mission.

  • Alhassan Mohammed Awal, User:Alhassan Mohammed Awal, is a volunteer staff member and the co-lead for the Dagaare Wikimedia Community. He is a longstanding educationist with leadership and community management skills.

The Co-lead plays a central role in building and maintaining a vibrant and collaborative Dagaare community, overseeing moderation of the community’s activities, facilitating communication, providing leadership, and advocating for the community both internally and externally.

  • Fuseini Musah, User:Musahfm - is a volunteer staff member and co-lead for the Kusaal Wikimedia Community. He is a longstanding educationist with leadership and community management skills.

The co-leader plays a central role in building and maintaining a vibrant and collaborative Kusal language community, overseeing moderation of the community’s activities, facilitating communication, providing leadership, and advocating for the community both internally and externally.

  • Fuseini Mohammed Kamaldeen, User:Dnshitobu - is a volunteer staff member and co-lead for the Gurene Wikimedia Community. He is a long standing educationist with leadership and community management skills.

The Co-lead plays a central role in building and maintaining a vibrant and collaborative Gurene language community, overseeing moderation of the community’s activities, facilitating communication, providing leadership, and advocating for the community both internally and externally.

  • Abdul-Rafiu Fuseini, User:Alhaj Darajaati - is a volunteer staff member and co-lead for the Moore Wikimedia Community. He has served in similar capacities with a track record of service in community mobilization.

The co-leader plays a central role in building and maintaining a vibrant and collaborative Moore language community, overseeing moderation of the community’s activities, facilitating communication, providing leadership, and advocating for the community both internally and externally.

  • Alhassan Abdul-Wadudu, User:Achiri Bitamsimli - is the facilitator for Tace Wiki Hub. He is an educationist and community mobiliser.

The role of a trainer involves planning and preparing workshops, creating an inclusive and conducive environment, guiding discussions, managing conflict, and encouraging continuous improvement to help Hub members effectively collaborate towards common goals.

  • Hamidu Rukaya, User:Ruky Wunpini - is the logistics manager and facilitator. She has a lot of experience in the area of logistics and human relations.

The logistics manager is responsible for planning and coordinating the efficient execution of events or projects, ensuring appropriate resource allocation, and ensuring easy operational flow to support the organization's goals.

  • Finance Officer: Vacant

Project Advisors

  • Dr. Abubakar Mohammed Marzuq Azindoo is a linguist, writer, researcher, and lecturer of functional English and academic writing at the University of Applied Management, Ghana.
  • Michael Awinbila - Retired language expert and Kusaal language translator
  • Dr. Iddrisu Abdul-Mumeen - Lecturer at the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University for Development Studies, Nyankpala Campus, Ghana.
  • Amir Aharoni - Translatewiki.net Administrator
  • Dr. Wunpini Fatimata Mohammed - an Assistant Professor at the College of Journalism & Mass Communication at the University of Georgia.
12. Will you be working with any internal (Wikimedia) or external partners? Describe the characteristics of these partnerships and bring a few examples of the most significant partnerships. (required)

Yes. We will be working with the following partners.

1. Wikimedia Language Diversity Hub Since 2022, the Dagbani Wikimedians user group has been a key partner with the Language Diversity Hub, working to address some of the changes faced by minority languages and to develop language support tools for Wikimedia language communities. The Wikimedia Language Diversity Hub is a proposed Wikimedia hub for affiliates and volunteers who are working on new language versions of Wikipedia or other Wikimedia projects.

The Dagbani Wikimedians were selected to participate in a research program organized by the Wikimedia Language Diversity Hub. The research, which included 6 members of our language communities, focused on the barriers experienced by small language contributors.

References: Research paper:

2. Dagbani Language Teachers Association

Our partnership with the Dagbani Language Teachers Associations will help us implement ‘Reading Wikipedia in the Classroom’ by training 50 members on how to use Wikipedia as a teaching tool to facilitate teaching and learning. We will train the selected language teachers in digital and information literacy skills focused on contributing to Wikipedia to enhance their ability to retrieve and disseminate information effectively. References:


3. Ghanaian Wikimedia Languages Meetup

The Dagbani Wikimedians User Group collaborated with several Ghanaian Wikimedia Languages Communities to organize the Ghanaian Wikimedia Languages Meetup in Tamale, which brought together all the 9 language communities in Ghana to reflect on the challenges and how to promote indigenous languages in the online ecosystems.


4. Art+Feminism

The user group will continue to collaborate with Art+Feminism to increase the biographies of women on our various language Wikipedia projects. Having participated in the A+F campaigns over the past few years, the Dagbani Wikimedians User Group has helped increase the visibility of women in all its language communities. The user group celebrated the 10th anniversary of the A+F in Tamale. During the celebration, the community brought together event organizers and participants of A+F to share their thoughts on the successes, challenges, and way forward for future events.


5. Ghana Natural Language Processing

We are extremely delighted with our partnership with Ghana Natural Language Processing community (Ghana NLP). Through this partnership, the user group produced over 15000 audio contributions on Wikimedia Commons that are used to train the NLP Ghana automatic speech recognition and language translation app for Dagbani and Gurene languages. This mobile application, even though it's still under development and machine learning, has proven to give 80% accurate translations into Dagbani and Gurene than most contemporary translation applications for African languages. Most of the data used for the AI modulation were unbiased content curled from the Dagbani and Gurene Wikipedia articles and as the content keeps growing on this Wikipedia platform, more data will be made available to strengthen the algorithmic training.


6. Sagani TV

The user group will be an island without media coverage and as a result, we have partnered with the Sagani TV, a renown media house on the multi-TV digital platform to capture, and broadcast our activities and projects to the larger audience watching and following their media outlet. This has been a gateway to community outreach awareness creation and volunteer recruitment. Through their platform and our activities, our overall article views has increased significantly so people are noticing the content we create and are using it in different ways to better the lives of students, increase knowledge and awareness about the culture and a narrative episode of the histories on the internet.


7. Wikimedia Deutschland

The Dagbani Wikimedians user group, with the support of the Partnerships Team of Wikimedia Germany collaborated with the College of Science Library at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) to create a Wikibase cloud platform that is centralized, well-structured and linked to other open data endpoints for improved service delivery in the library. This partnership will enhance the organization and accessibility of the university’s library bibliographic records through the implementation of a structured and linked open data system on the Wikibase Cloud.


13. In what ways do you think your proposal most contributes to the Movement Strategy 2030 recommendations. Select all that apply. (required)
Increase the Sustainability of Our Movement, Improve User Experience, Provide for Safety and Inclusion, Ensure Equity in Decision-making, Coordinate Across Stakeholders, Invest in Skills and Leadership Development, Manage Internal Knowledge, Identify Topics for Impact, Innovate in Free Knowledge


Wikimedia Metrics[edit]

14. Please select and fill out Wikimedia Metrics for your proposal. (recommended)
14.1. Number of participants, editors, and organizers.

All metrics provided are optional, please fill them out if they are aligned with your programs and activities.

Participants, editors, and organizers
Metrics name Target Description
Number of all participants 100 At least 100 editors will participate in our programs.
Number of all editors 100 At least 100 editors will participate in our annual programs
Number of new editors 60
Number of retained editors 40
Number of all organizers 15 At least 15 organizers will participate in our programs.
Number of new organizers 5
14.2. Number of new content contributions to Wikimedia projects. (recommended)
Contributions to Wikimedia projects
Wikimedia project Created Edited or improved
Wikipedia 1200 1000
Wikimedia Commons 500 100
Wikidata 4000 1000
Wikimedia Incubator 500 400
Translatewiki 1000 100
MediaWiki 100 50
Wikivoyage 50 20
Wikifunctions / Abstract Wikipedia 700 3000
Description for Wikimedia projects contributions metrics. (optional)

These metrics cover contributions from 5 language communities and 4 Wikipedia clubs. Wikipedia, Wikidata and translate Wiki content will be duplicated into 5 language projects, namely Dagbani, Gurene, Dagaare, Moore, and Kusaal Wikipedia projects. Other contributions will come from our Wikipedia clubs and hubs.

Other Metrics[edit]

15. Do you have other quantitative and qualitative targets for your project (other metrics)? (required)
Other Metrics Description Target
New volunteer recruitment number of new volunteers recruited 60
Number of teachers trained Number of teachers trained for our 'Reading Wikipedia in the Classroom' project. 40
Capacity building programs Total number of capacity-building programs (quarterly capacity-building training) 3
Dagbani Wikipedia Saha TV program Total number of Dagbani Wikipedia Saha episodes to be aired on Sagani TV 16
Number of new projects launched Total number of new projects and programs to be launched 3


16. Will you have any other revenue sources when implementing this proposal (e.g. other funding, membership contributions, donations)? (required)
16.1. List other revenue sources. (required)


16.2. Approximately how much revenue will you have from other sources in your local currency? (required)
17. Your local currency. (required)
18. What is the total requested amount in your local currency? (required)
734017.94 GHS
Multi-year funding request summary
Year Amount (local currency)
Year 1 N/A GHS
Year 2 N/A GHS
Year 3 N/A GHS
Requested amount in USD
107845.35 USD [note 1]
Multi-year funding request summary in USD
Year Amount USD [note 1]
Year 1 N/A USD
Year 2 N/A USD
Year 3 N/A USD
  1. a b c The following amount in US dollars was calculated by Wikimedia Foundation staff using the fixed currency rates. This amount is approximate and may not reflect the actual currency exchange rates on the day of submission or distribution. If the application is funded, the funding will be sent in the recipient’s local currency.
19. Does this proposal include compensation for staff or contractors? (required)
19.1. How many paid staff members do you plan to have? (required)

Include the number of staff and contractors during the proposal period. If you have short-term contractors or staff, please include them separately and mention their terms.

The general support fund will cover 2 paid staff:

Executive Director (Paid Staff) Project Manager (Paid Staff)

19.2. How many FTEs (full-time equivalents) in total? (required)

Include the total FTE of staff and contractors during the proposal period. If you have short-term contractors or staff, please include their FTEs with the terms separately.

Executive Director (Paid Staff): 10 USD/hr X 120hrs/month = USD 1,200. Total annual = USD 14,00

Administrative Assistant (Contract): 2 USD X 80hrs/month = USD 160. Total annual = USD 1,920. Project Manager (Paid Staff): 6 USD X 120hrs/month = USD 720. Total annual = USD 8,620. Finance Officer (Contract): 2 USD X 80hrs/month = USD 160. Total annual = USD 1,920.

19.3. Describe any staff or contractor changes compared to the current year / ongoing General Support Fund if any. (required only for returning grantees)
We included a contract role for a finance officer. Currently, all financial tasks are being managed by a community volunteer and the project manager. As the community grows, we see the need to hire an independent finance officer who will take on the responsibility of managing our finances and grants.
20. Please provide an overview of your overall budget categories in your local currency. The budget breakdown should include only the amount requested with this General Support Fund (required).
Budget category Amount in local currency
Staff and contractor costs 393792 GHS
Operational costs 188500 GHS
Programmatic costs 284800 GHS
21. Please upload your budget for this proposal or indicate the link to it. (required)

OLD Budget https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1l3lMN0sHQ6aXfny_M2lXAjmqq2Y8sJqC/edit?usp=sharing&ouid=108295047142609504446&rtpof=true&sd=true

RECOMMENDED Budget https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/18091c8r7X9BsgkdbqfgtQFbj0_JOUbSI/edit#gid=1322186199

Additional information[edit]

22. In this optional space you can add any other additional information about your proposal or organization that you think can help us when reviewing your proposal. (optional)

All public files can be found here: *https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1HTEPuZX4J7lyhY5og4K3GXJ_XJ7a8M3f?usp=sharing

  • Staffing details:


Here is a link to our 5 language Wikipedia projects:

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