Movement Strategy zalikpana
Bɔ n-lee n-nyɛ Strategy zalikpana
Zalikpana nyɛla binshɛŋa din guri ti Movement maa zaa tuma nima. Movement Strategy nim maa nyɛla binshiɛɣu din pun gbaai chibi. Ti mii yɛn zaŋ li mi n tum tuma ka lihiri zalikpana bin' pii maa. Di kuli shɛla taba viɛnyɛla ka di zaa laɣim n wuhiri Wikimedian ni nyɛ ninvuɣ' so.
Daadama nim' kali pahi jina ni
Daadama nim' kali pahi jina ni gbunni nyɛla, di tu ka ti Movement ŋɔ maa yaɣa zaa lihiri n-nyari salo shɛba ban tohiri sabira maa yɛlibɔra ni be yɛlimuɣisira din yɛn che ka sokam ni tooi niŋ ninmɔhi o kpaŋmaŋa tariga zaŋ ti ninsalinima baŋsim. Ti Movement maa nyɛla binshɛli din nyari di yaa salo maa sani, volintiya nima maa, ni ban tabiri sɔŋdi ti andunia bɔba ni yaɣa zaa. Lala Daambolo nim ŋɔ mali la bi yɛlibɔra shɛŋa din gahim, din tu ni di tabibi baŋsim, di zalikpana, di niŋsim ni di daantalisi nim zaa lihi, din yɛn kpaŋsiba ka che ka be sabira ka yɛlimuɣisira kani. Pɔi ka ti Movement ŋɔ ti tooni, di tu ka ti yihi polo yɛltɔɣ' shɛŋa zaŋ jɛndi ban kani. Pɔi ka ti yɛn niŋ ba maraba, di tu ka ti saɣi deei ti maŋa tumtumsa ka zali nuu guli taɣibu nima din kana n-ti sɔŋ ti.
Safety & Security
The well-being, security, and safety of all participants is a prerequisite for sustaining and growing our projects and communities. Without the foundational development of a safe environment, it will be impossible to be inclusive, grow diverse, provide knowledge equity, develop partnerships, and become the essential support system of the free knowledge ecosystem. Participants should feel safe in both online and offline spaces, and achieving this will require changes to the current culture throughout our Movement. Rather than merely advocating for safety, we will invest in making our environment safe by adopting policies and providing technology, resources, and infrastructures to protect the privacy and security of our Movement participants.
Sokam Kali Pahi Jina Ni, Saawara Gbaabu ni
Sokam kali pahi jina ni n-nyɛ Wikimedia Movement toon' tibo nyɛbili. Ti mali nia ni ti kpaŋsi ti tuma nɛma n-tam mabiligu dundɔna zoobu. Ti ni tooi niŋ dimbɔŋɔ ka di nyɛla ti kpaŋsirila yɛli shɛŋa ŋan lunzahim, ka guri yɛlimuɣisira din kaɣili ban bɔri ni bi pahi tum. Ti yi tooi kpaŋsi ban pun bɛni baŋsim ti ni, dinsaha ti kpaŋsirila accessibility, usability, n-chɛ ka yɛla lunzahim ti dundɔŋ ni yɛla, ni baŋsim yaɣ' bɔbili. Zalikpana mini yɛligbahira tumi ni di ni niŋ adaptable n-ti ban pun be Movement maa ni, ni ban na yɛn kpe di ni gba, ni di ni yuli yaɣi shɛb' zuɣu. Dimbɔŋɔ nyɛla din kpa talahi ti yi bɔri ni ti gu ka taɣi yɛlimuɣisira shɛŋa ŋan jɛndi daadama nim' kali kpɛhi jina ni. Di tu ni di kpuɣi sochibisi din yɛn che ka di wum sokam kukɔli, ka lahi che ka sokam mali yee ni yɛlli kam din shihi ba Movement ŋɔ ni.
Equity & Empowerment
Striving for equity requires Wikimedia stakeholders to treat everyone fairly and based upon their circumstances. The merits of a truly open movement are based upon a constantly evolving process of overcoming capacity challenges (technical, administrative, linguistic, financial, etc.) for people to be empowered and reach their utmost realized potential. Equitable representation and participation are not the same as equal opportunity and access for empowerment. A policy that applies equally to everyone may result in inequity if it disproportionately advantages one group compared to another. Equality requires providing the same thing to all; equity requires providing opportunities at appropriate levels for each community and context, recognizing that some people are starting at a disadvantage.
Maŋ Yal'Gbahira Mini Maŋ Yulibu
Ti Movement maa ni gbaa gbaaibu ni miri ti bee din vun miri ti dundona ni din yen niŋ tabbata mini din yen yooi soya ka pahi shaawara gbaaibu puni.Yal'gbahira gbunni nyɛmi ti pohim zuɣu mini din ka pohim zuɣu lahibaya mabilgu dundɔŋ din gbaai andunia tu ni bɛ gbaai gbaaibu bɛ maŋa saha shɛli kam di yi ti kpa talahi. Pirinla ŋɔ maa zuɣu ka bɛ ni tooi baŋ bɛ kpɛiŋ, yiko, bin bora, n ti pahi din yen guba soli din yen zani ninsal Baŋsim zaŋ kpa tu shee. Vihigu mini neesim ni chɛ ka bɛ mal maŋ ni Yal'gbahira ni ariziki mini tuma n bo bin bora ka gu ka taɣi yɛli bɛri.
Contextualization allows us to recognize that there is not a single set of processes that are efficient and effective everywhere. Given the diversity of our Movement, our work and engagement must be evaluated and adapted to various geographic, cultural, socio-political, and economic contexts as we adapt to changes in our world. We recognize that what works in one community may not apply to another. To ensure the continued growth and sustainability of our Movement, we must appreciate our differences and ensure that our ecosystem is designed with flexibility and local ownership. This ensures that we have a diverse base of Movement participants and contributors supported by localized resources, technology, and best processes.
Collaboration & Cooperation
Collaboration and cooperation guide our Movement as we draw on our collective knowledge, experiences, and distributed expertise to improve our effectiveness and response to challenges. Much of our strength and impact lies in developing collaborative relationships and strengthening partnerships with stakeholders in the free knowledge ecosystem and beyond who have knowledge and resources that can help us innovate, adapt, and grow. In our Movement, we thrive on learning from each other and exchanging skills, knowledge, tools, equipment, and other resources so we all gain competency and are able to expand our impact, involvement, and contribution to the whole Movement. Collaboration and cooperation are fostered when contributors and organizations at all levels are empowered to work together, partner, or support each other in developing and attaining goals. The experience and expertise on how to grow and strengthen our Movement lie with the reciprocal exchange of knowledge among its people.
Transparency & Accountability
Transparency is fundamental to ensure everyone can clearly understand how our systems, governance, and collaborations work, and it enables participation and accountability to one another. Our actions will be made with deliberate commitment to transparency and accountability to and for one another. A system built by the collaboration of participants requires everyone to be accountable for its continued health, resilience, and success. This means that each individual shares proportional responsibility for the success or failure of the actions they take (or fail to take) on behalf of the Movement. A transparent culture enables everyone to share in the same strategic direction, builds confidence in our projects, and promotes trust among participants.
Efficiency guides the design of our processes, practices, and structures so that our efforts and resources are used to reach their utmost potential for impact. Efficiency is the ability to prevent wasting resources to produce a desired result. As we implement the Movement Strategy recommendations, we will build on our expertise and share our knowledge, as well as adapt to specific contexts where a general approach cannot apply, and meaningfully involve those impacted. Efficiency in a widely distributed and decentralized structure like the Wikimedia Movement can only be reached through accountability, transparency, coordination, and contextualization. It needs continuous and periodic evaluations to allow for learning and adaptation.
Resilience n-nye ka Movement maa lura n-zahimdi internal mini external zaaha, ka lahi tiri li nyɛvili. Tuun'shɛli ni nimmɔhi mini kpaŋmaŋ'ni be nyɛla din ni tooi vaai yiɣisi yaha di yi ti niŋ ka yɛlimuɣisira niŋ ka lubu lu, n-lahi mo hali ti pali di niyanima. Pirimla ti ni tumda ni aadalichi la zuɣu, ti ni tooi mo, n-zaŋ Strategy saɣisigunim' la tum tuma. Yaha, ti ni kaani sokam m-pahiri jina la ni zuɣu, ti lahi tooi deeri sokam hankali.