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Wiki Loves Africa 2021
The photo contest around Africa,

Continental organizing team

Florence Devouard (aka Anthere) is a founding member of Wiki Loves Africa. She has co-lead the photo contest since 2014. In 2021, she will mostly help set-up the contest wiki pages, banner and site-notice with the help of Romaine and Joseph Seddon, help new participating teams get a small grant to host local events, facilitate the communication between participating teams on various channels of communication.

A Zimbabwean by birth, and a Capetonian by adoption, Oxford-educated Isla Haddow-Flood is a writer, editor and project strategist who is passionate about harnessing communication technology and media platforms for the advancement of open access to knowledge; specifically, knowledge that relates to and enhances the understanding of Africa via the Open Movement (and especially Wikipedia). Isla is a founding member of Wiki Loves Africa, and has co-lead the project since 2014. For the 2020 project, Isla will be in charge of all aspects of communications and marketing to support the international drive, and local teams with their information and outreach activities, and to entice competitors across Africa through social media and publicity campaigns. She will also help the team with assessing image quality and suitability, and with answering any queries that might arise during the competition.

Ceslause Ogbonnaya
Ceslause Ogbonnaya joined the Wikimedia movement in 2018, and has been actively involved in the Igbo Wikimedians User Group. In 2020, he was one of the grantees of Wikipedia Pages Wanting Photos (WPWP) annual project grant, and he was also the Project lead for the 2020 Igbo Wikimedians User Group WPWP project. He won the first prize in the Igbo Wikimedians UG for the 2020 Decolonize the Internet contest. He currently is an Intern at Wiki In Africa, and as such will be handling Communications, database and community support across all related projects.

Romaine has been a contributor to Wikimedia projects since 2003; over the years helping out as administrator of several wikis, GLAM volunteer, publisher of the Wikimedia newsletter This Month in GLAM. He's often fixing template problems, active with bots, and is since 2014 involved with the organization of Wiki Loves Africa. For this photo contest he mostly does on-wiki technical support with templates and the upload wizard, translations, and the CentralNotice banner. You can reach him on his talk page, via email at

Not making much noise, but Ji-Elle is the master behind image reuse. Every year, she spends hours (days) going to every single image uploaded, adding description when possible, fixing countries, adding categories and inserting them whenever it makes sense in a wikipedia article. She is the reason why our re-use rate is SO good !

User:T Cells
Copyvio management...


Other Commonists and volunteers helping on image clean-up, categorization, description, copyvio hunting, mass uploads support, translations, communication etc.

  • Please add your name if you are involved


Local teams

The contest is covers the entirety of the African continent (and beyond). In some countries, specific actions are lead (training, press communication, photo hunts...) with local organizers.

You can get in contact with the following people in the countries below:

  • South Africa: Isla Haddow-Flood:
  • Algeria: Mohammed Bachounda: or Reda Kerbouche:
  • Nigeria: Olaniyan Olushola:
  • Cameroon: Aminou Ndala TITA:
  • Tunisia: Habib Mhenni:
  • Uganda: Kwera Faith: and Shafik Mubiru:
  • Ghana: Stella Agbley: and Raphael Berchie:
  • Mali: N'fana Diakité:
  • Kenya: Faith Mwanyolo: or Leonard Kisuu:
  • Benin: Fawaz Tairou:
  • Rwanda: Boris Bahire:
  • Sudan : Ola Mahadi:
  • Morocco: Rachid Ourkia:
  • Botswana: Candy Khohliwe:

>>> See Commons:Wiki Loves Africa 2021/Local events for all organizers of local events related to Wiki in Africa

Jury 2021

>>> Commons:Wiki Loves Africa 2021/jury

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