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Campaign: Visibility Project- Labour Migration in Africa. ( English Community)

African Women in Media ( AWIM), with support from African Union(AU) in collaboration with Wikimedia affiliates in Nigeria, Algeria, Cameroon, and, Uganda are working on improving the visibility of notable African women and related content within the space of Labour Migration in Africa. The training runs over three weeks. Week one will focus on live webinars training taken trainees to various aspects of the development of Wikipedia pages with a higher chance of approval by Wikipedia. During weeks two-three, trainees will be split into small groups and assigned a mentor that will guide their development of Wikipedia articles and profiles relevant to Labour Migration in Africa. A dashboard will be created to track all activities of the project.