Grants:Project/MSIG/Free Knowledge Africa Movement Strategy/Report

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Report accepted
This report for a Rapid Grant approved in FY 2021-22 has been reviewed and accepted by the Wikimedia Foundation.
  • To read the approved grant submission describing the plan for this project, please visit Grants:Project/MSIG/Free Knowledge Africa Movement Strategy.
  • You may still comment on this report on its discussion page, or visit the discussion page to read the discussion about this report.
  • You are welcome to Email rapidgrants at wikimedia dot org at any time if you have questions or concerns about this report.


Please review the notes below before submitting your report.

Your draft implementation plan document should address the following questions clearly:

  • What movement strategy initiative or goal are you addressing?
  • What activities will you be doing to address that initiative?
  • What do you expect will happen as a result of your activities? How do those outcomes address the movement strategy initiative?
  • How will you measure or evaluate your activities? What tools or methods will you use to evaluate your activities?

To create a draft implementation plan, we recommend the use of a logic model, which will help you and your team think about goals, activities, outcomes, and other factors in an organized way. Please refer the following resources to develop a logic model:



Outcomes[edit]

Please respond to the following questions below:

Where have you published your draft plan? Share the link to it here:

What Movement Strategy initiative is this draft plan supporting?

  • Global approach for local skill development - gathering data, matching peers, mentorship, recognition.

What activities have you completed to produce this draft plan? The following activities were paramount in producing the draft plan:

  • A meetup was held to talk about Wikimedia 2030 Movement Strategy Recommendations to know about people understanding of the whole movement.
  • A session on skills and leadership in student-led Wikimedia communities
  • Questionnaire was prepared for survey.
  • Data was collected through the survey
  • Analyzing the data from the surveys.
  • Interviews were conducted.
  • Our findings and recommendations were put together in a report
  • Our findings and recommendations were reported to community members.

In which community channels have you announced your draft plan?

  • The draft plan was shared with Free Knowledge Africa community members.

Finances[edit]

Grant funds spent[edit]

Please describe how much grant money you spent for approved expenses, and tell us what you spent it on.

  • Research (time needed to review, perform analysis, or investigate any information needed to support implementation ideas or planning): $500
  • Facilitation (facilitation time including facilitator preparation, meeting facilitation time, and debriefing): $500
  • Documentation (document preparation time, time spent documenting of discussion, post-meeting work): $200
  • Coordination (coordinator work to manage or support multiple workflows to prepare for meeting): $200
  • Online tools or services (subscription services for online meeting platforms, social media promotion): $100
  • Data (internet or mobile costs for organizers or participants to access or participate in activities): $200
  • Other: (Miscellaneous): $100

TOTAL: $1800

Remaining funds[edit]

Do you have any remaining grant funds?

Remaining funds are retained by the grantee with WMF's permission until after the report review has been completed and report has been accepted, at which time the WMF program officer will also provide instructions regarding the grantee's reallocation or return of the unspent grant funds.

Yes, $200. We would like to spend it on a similar project.

Anything else[edit]

Anything else you want to share about your project?