Wikimedia UG Nigeria/ WikiGap/Swedish Embassy Abuja

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WikiGap is a campaign to reduce the gender gap in Wikimedia projects promoted by the Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. There are several edits in various cities around the world organized by local wikipedian groups in collaboration with the Swedish embassies in their respective countries.


WikiGap Naija will be held on the 8th of March 2018 by Wikimedia UG Nigeria in partnership with Swedish Embassy in Abuja. The one-day event is planned to gather Wikipedian enthusiasts and gender focused organisations to contribute their quota towards correcting systemic bias and bridging gender inequalities on Wikipedia through creation of new articles and improving on existing articles about Nigerian women.


Local Organizers[edit]

List of participating organizations[edit]

  1. Nigeria Women Trust Funds
  2. Girl Lead Network

List of suggested red links[edit]

  1. Sarah Jibril, former Special Adviser to the Presidency, and former Presidential candidate
  2. Fatimat Raji-rasaki, female senators in 8th National Assembly from (Ekiti Central)
  3. Rose Oko, female senators in 8th National Assembly from (Cross Rivers North)
  4. Abiodun Olujimi, female senators in 8th National Assembly from (Ekiti Central)
  5. Zainab Kure, former female member of the federal house of assembly
  6. Nkechi Nwogu, former female member of the federal house of assembly
  7. Aisha Alhassan, former female member of the federal house of assembly
  8. Mulikat Adeola Akande, former female member of the federal house of assembly
  9. Ayo Omidiran, former female member of the federal house of assembly
  10. Nkiru Onye, former female member of the federal house of assembly
  11. Khadija Bukar Abba-Ibrahim, former female member of the federal house of assembly
  12. Peace Uzoamaka Nnaji, former female member of the federal house of assembly
  13. Juliet Akano, former female member of the federal house of assembly
  14. Maimunat Adaji, former female member of the federal house of assembly
  15. Suleiman Oba Nimota, former female member of the federal house of assembly
  16. Folake Olunloyo, former female member of the federal house of assembly
  17. Martha Bodunrin, former female member of the federal house of assembly
  18. Betty Okogua-Apiafi, former female member of the federal house of assembly
  19. Nkoyo Toyo, former female member of the federal house of assembly
  20. Aisha Abubakar, Minister of State for Industry, Trade and Investment
  21. Zainab Ahmed, Minister of State for Budget and National Planning

Articles to be improved[edit]

Results[edit]

Name Profession Sources Image Item
1 Abiodun Olujimi Broadcaster
Journalist
2 Valerie Ebe Lawyer
3 Mulikat Adeola Akande Lawyer


Dashboard[edit]

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