Commons:Wiki Loves Africa

EditionsEdit

Winning pictures in former editionsEdit

2021: Health+WellnessEdit

Wiki Loves Africa 2021 Winners

2020: Africa on the Move!Edit

Wiki Loves Africa 2020 Winners

2019: Play!Edit

Wiki Loves Africa 2019 Winners


2017: People at WorkEdit

Wiki Loves Africa 2017 Winners

Photo essays

Organizer price to : Glass in Swaziland photo essay by user:Bentaylor13413, in particular

2016: Music and DanceEdit

Wiki Loves Africa 2016 Winners

2015: Cultural Fashion and AdornmentEdit

Wiki Loves Africa 2015/Winners

2014: CuisineEdit

Wiki Loves Africa 2014/Winners

Supported byEdit

Wiki Loves Africa is activated by the Wikimedia community. The competition was conceptualised by Florence Devouard (Anthere) and Isla Haddow-Flood as a fun and engaging way to rebalance the lack of visual representations and relevant content that exists about Africa on Wikipedia and support the WikiAfrica movement.

The 2020 competition is hosted by wikiinafrica.org. It is funded by the Wikimedia Foundation and local partners in individual countries.
Content and events were participants or organizations in : Wikimedia Algeria, Cameroon, Wikimedia Tunisie, m:Wikimedia User Group Nigeria, Open Foundation West Africa, Wikimedia Morocco, Mali, Uganda, Angola, Bénin, Chad, Guinea-Bissau, Guinée, Sénégal, Libya, Botswana, and Zambia.

The 2019 competition is supported by Ynternet.org. It is funded by the Wikimedia Foundation and local partners in individual countries.
Content and events were participants or organizations in : Wikimedia Algeria, Ivory Coast UserGroup, Cameroon, Wikimedia Tunisie, m:Wikimedia User Group Nigeria, Open Foundation West Africa, Mali, Uganda, Angola, Bénin, Chad, Guinea-Bissau, Guinée, Sénégal, Libya, Botswana, and Zambia.

The 2017 competition is supported by Ynternet.org. It is funded by the Wikimedia Foundation and local partners in individual countries.
Content and events were participants or organizations in : Wikimedia Algeria, Ivory Coast UserGroup, Cameroon, Wikimedia Tunisie, Wikimedia Egypt, m:Wikimedia User Group Nigeria, Open Foundation West Africa, Malawi, Mali, Uganda, Tanzania, and Zimbabwe.
In 2017, the competition is also supported by Unesco, through its programme Unite4Heritage! [1]

The 2016 competition is supported by Ynternet.org. It is funded by the Wikimedia Foundation and local partners in individual countries.
Content and events were participants or organizations in : Tanzania, Ivory Coast UserGroup, Wikimedia Tunisie, Wikimedia Egypt, Wikimedia Algeria, Cameroon, Uganda, m:Wikimedia User Group Nigeria, Ghana User Group, Zimbabwe.
In 2016, the competition is also supported by Unesco, through its programme Unite4Heritage ! [2]

In 2015, the competition was managed by Florence and Isla, supported by the Africa Centre and funded by the Wikimedia Foundation and local partners in individual countries.
Content and events partners were participants or organizations in : Tanzania, Ivory Coast UserGroup, m:Wikimedia Tunisie, Wikimedia Egypt, Wikimedia Algeria, Cameroon, Uganda, m:Wikimedia User Group Nigeria.

For the 2014 competition, the project was managed by Florence and Isla, supported by the Africa Centre and funded by the Wikimedia Foundation and the Orange Foundation and local partners in individual countries.
Content and events partners were participants or organizations in : Ivory Coast, Wikimedia Egypt, Ethiopia, Ghana User Group, Malawi, m:Wikimedia South Africa, m:Wikimedia Tunisie, Uganda, Wikimedia Algeria.

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