Wiki Loves Africa 2016/Nigeria
Proposal for Wiki Loves Africa in 2016
WLAf 2016 Nigeria
Measures of success
The contest would be considered a success in Nigeria if
- at least 70 people participates
- at least 950 are uploaded after the contest
- If at least 16 new editors are recruited
- 2 months after the contest, 165 uploaded photos are used on other Wikimedia projects such as English Wikipedia and Yoruba Language Wikipedia
Several programs (events and activities) would be organized as part of this contests.
The contest will be launched either at Nigeria Institute of Cultural Orientation (NICO) or Goethe Institute in Lagos Nigeria in the first week of December 2016. Our targets participants would be mainly professional photographers and cultural group.
There would be photowalks to the under-listed festivals in Nigeria
- Calabar festival in Cross River State
- Igogo festival in Owo, Ondo State
- Yam festival in Osun State
- Eyo festival in Lagos State
There would be edit-a-thon in the month of March 2016. This would primarily focus on the use of images gather during the contest on en and yo Wikipedia articles.
There would be workshops in four cultural-rich states in Nigeria, namely: Lagos, Calabar, Ondo and Osun State. At least 10 professional photographers in each state would attend the workshop.
- User:Olaniyan Olushola (project lead)
- User:Jamie Tubers
- User:Olufemi Adeniyi
- User:Olufemi Simeon Adeniyi
Budget table for launching
The estimated budget for launching is outlined below:
|Sl.No||Category||Description||Quantity||Rate (NGN)||Total (NGN)||Total (USD)||Notes|
|Cost for the launching|
(Sumtotal : 127165.02 NGN)
|1||Communications||Merchandise||1 event||2500 (each) x10||25000||78||This includes Wiki Loves Africa Tshirts, and Customized WLA pen.|
|4||Gift||Awards for winners||3 (at the venue)||69960||69960||220||Ist prize 100 = USD worth of voucher, 2nd prize 70 USD worth of voucher, 3rd prize = 50 USD worth of vouchers|
|Total: NGN 127165.02 (USD 399.89)|
Budget breakdown for photo walk
This is the budget breakdown for the photo walk.:
|Sl.No||Category||Description||Quantity||Rate (NGN)||Rate (USD)||Total (NGN)||Total (USD)||Notes|
|Cost per photo walk|
(Sumtotal : 208,000 NGN)
|1||Travel||Car hiring||4||11000||44000||34.08||137.50||This will cover the transport expenses for 2 community members to the venue.|
|2||Events||Accommodation||4||10000||40000||31.44||125||Shared accommodation for 2 wikimedians|
|Total: NGN 103474.02 (USD 325.39))|
Grand Total: NGN 103474.02 (USD 325.39)
Workshop Budget Breakdown per Workshop
|Cost per workshop|
(Sumtotal : 250.00USD)
|2||Internet and phone expenses||Data for the modem||30.00|
|4||Events||Light refreshment: Tea and biscuits||10.00|
|Total: USD 250|
Budget Breakdown for edit-a-thon
This is the budget breakdown for edit-a-thon to get uploaded photo used on Wikipedia.
|Cost per workshop|
(Sumtotal : 50.00USD)
|1||Internet and telephone expenses||Data for the modem||30.00|
|2||Events||Light refreshment:Tea and biscuits||20.00|
|Total: USD 50|
Summary of the entire budgets.
Part of the budget funded : 1300 dollars.
We are please to inform you that we have allocated money to support Wiki Loves Africa 2016 in your country ! The entirety of the sum will be sent before the beginning of the contest. Please check out guidelines for next steps on the African ML. Thanks Anthere (talk)
- since the allocated budget is slightly less than asked for, feel free to update your budget with the new figures, but please let the old figures there as well (strick them))
- Hi@Anthere and Islahaddow:, we are sorry for the delayed reply. We are so excited with the news for the funding our project. We promise to do our part of the deal diligently.Olaniyan Olushola (talk) 05:36, 12 October 2016 (UTC)
- Great ! Thanks @Olaniyan Olushola: We'll do our best on our side to make that work. Please note that Ynternet.org has already received the funds from WMF. So we can expect funds to be available to you quickly :) Do not forget to get in contact with Elisabeth before this week-end (she should be back saturday or sunday) to get the ball rolling. Anthere (talk)