Wiki Loves Women/Focus Group/SheSaid Zimbabwe Matebeleland Campaign 2021

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This page documents the events that will take place in Zimbabwe Matabeleland and Midlands Provinces. Wiki Loves Women 2021 in Zimbabwe is a project aiming at improving the visibility of Zimbabwean women on various cultural backgrounds. The initiative is aimed at celebrating notable women in the Zimbabwean communities in the lower region of the country comprising of Matabeleland North, Matabeleland South, Bulawayo and Midlands Provinces. The drive is aimed at women in Zimbabwe who have done remarkable work that need to be visible and given a voice towards building their presence in the Wiki space by creating new or improving already existing entries on Wikipedia and Wikiquote. The project will run from August 2021 to December 2021.

Official Wiki Loves Women logo for across Africa

Team/Organizers[edit]


Key people for mentorship:

Partners[edit]

Participants[edit]

This is a list of participants who are taking part in the Wiki Loves Women #SheSaid Zimbabwe Matebeleland Campaign. Visit the campaign page here to learn more before you sign up.

Go to signup page

  1. Phephile Tshabangu | Sindiept (talk
  2. Makhosazana Mckinna | CorsaMac (talk)
  3. Mayibongwe Ncube |
  4. Siphetha |
  5. Bert Nyabadza | DeLilGwashoper (talk)
  6. Olivia Sibanda | Olvn (talk)
  7. Harriet Ncube | Harriet Ncube (talk)
  8. Patricia Magumise | Miss Magumise (talk)
  9. Hope A Ncube | Hope A Ncube (talk)
  10. Mpendulo Sithabile Ncube | SthaeBM (talk)
  11. Nomakhosi Khumalo| NkosazanaYeSkhosini (talk)
  12. Jonah Nyoni

Connect your Wiki account to the Dashboard[edit]

IMPORTANT: Signup first before you join the #SheSaid Matabeleland Zimbabwe Dashboard

Project timeline/ Activities[edit]

  • 23 August - 29 August - Internet connection and quotations for all service providers
  • 30 August - 5 September - Finalizing participants
  • 15 Sept - Introductory session Featuring Florence
  • 24 Sept - Training session 1 Virtually
  • 08 Oct - Training session 2 Virtually
  • 16 Oct - Edit-a-thon Physical,
  • 12 Nov- Edit-a-thon
  • 03 Dec - Closing session
A video explaining Wiki Loves Women

Photos[edit]

Participants present.jpg
Happy participant.jpg

Contributions[edit]

Wikipedia articles Created[edit]

Wikiquotes pages created[edit]

  1. q:Barbara Makhalisa (w:Barbara Makhalisa)
  2. q:Samukeliso Moyo (w:Samukeliso Moyo)
  3. q:Irene Sabatini (w:Irene Sabatini)
  4. q:Novuyo Tshuma (w:Novuyo Tshuma)
  5. q:NoViolet Bulawayo (w:NoViolet Bulawayo)
  6. q:Divine Ndhlukula (w:Divine Ndhlukula)
  7. q:Tabetha Kanengoni-Malinga (w:Tabetha Kanengoni-Malinga)
  8. q:Sithembiso Nyoni (w:Sithembiso Nyoni)
  9. q:Thokozani Khuphe (w:Thokozani Khuphe)
  10. q:Jenni Williams (w:Jenni Williams)
  11. q:Beatrice Mtetwa (w:Beatrice Mtetwa)
  12. q:Sipho Moyo (w:Sipho Moyo)
  13. q:Natalie Payida Jabangwe (w:Natalie Payida Jabangwe)
  14. q:Kirsty Coventry (w:Kirsty Coventry)
  15. q:Sibongile Mlambo (w:Sibongile Mlambo)
  16. q:Mavis Moyo (w:Mavis Moyo)
  17. q:Busi Ncube (w:Busi Ncube)
  18. q:Ayanda Candice Sibanda
  19. q:Emma Nxumalo
  20. q:Florence Mudzingwa
  21. q:Lorraine Maphala Phiri
  22. q:Yvonne Vera (w:Yvonne Vera)

Resources[edit]

Prizes[edit]

winner

Prizes are for those who did more than others in improving the visibility of women in creating new or improving already existing Wikiquote entries related to them.

Wiki Loves Women Social Media Channels[edit]


For more information visit the Wiki Loves Women Focus Group SheSaid Zimbabwe page.