African & Proud (AP) is a group of volunteer Wikimedia editors who are proud of Africa and are committed to promoting and projecting Africa, Africans, and her culture, festivals, cuisines, quotes, and various African related information to the world's largest free encyclopedia and her sister projects.
Promoting Africa and her wide range of culture, festivals, cuisines, and diversity on Wikipedia.Read More
Encouraging the addition of African festivals, African Cuisine, and quotations from on Wikimedia projects.Read More
Providing an avenue for collaboration amongst Africans towards achieving the set goals.Read More
African & Proud (AP) refers to a group of volunteer Wikimedia editors proud of Africa & Africans and has now decided to promote most of the African-related content on Wikipedia and her sister project. Focus includes a variety of interests, such as African Festivals, African Cuisine, Quotes by notable Africans, African languages, African music, African religion, African arts & crafts, etc. This will be achieved through collaboration amongst various African countries to achieve the set goals, GLAMs: editing workshops, training, writing, upload contests, partnership with various organizations, and so on.
WikiFestival Nigeria aims at bridging the festival gap that exists on Wikipedia with a focus on Nigerian-related content.
Improving contents relating to Nigeria's Transportation and Recreational centers on Wikivoyage and English Wikipedia
Bridging content gap on Nigerian locally made food as Content about Nigerian cuisine is lacking on most WMF projects.
Promoting Wikipedia and its sister's project as a reliable source of information for academic research in Nigerian High school institutions.
AfroCuisine is a follow-up project to Nigerian Cuisine, documenting African cuisines and further showcasing the African cuisines on WMF projects.
Physical capacity-building conference held in Nigeria, with participants from various states across the country.
This dynamic project encompasses various sub-projects, each designed to spotlight different facets of African heritage and creativity.