Kumusha Takes Wiki
Uganda
Agricultural activity
USAID Africa Bureau
• Project Plan: Work with Cooperative Unions in Mbale District
 Research about ...
Fishing community
Adam Jones
• Project Plan: Work with Fishing Islands on Lake Victoria
 Work with ministry of agricultur...
University Communities
Eric Lubega and Elias Tuheretze
• Project Plan: Work with communities in Makerere and Busitema Univ...
Poetry/ Comedian communities
Monica Arac
• Project Plan: Work with poets in Uganda.
 Attend events held by poet/comedian ...
Writers communities
Henry Kyemba by Rob C. Croes / Anefo
• Project Plan: Work with FEMRITE whose main strategy in bringing...
Music communities
Jason Nolte
• Project Plan: Work with different music genres (Gospel, Local performers, Luga flow )
 Co...
Border Towns
Andre Engels
• Project Plan: Busia Uganda- Busia Kenya will be the boarder town I
will work
 Research about ...
Ethnic communities
Roger S. Duncan, U.S Navy
• Project Plan: Work with ethnic communities (Busoga
, Buganda, Toro, Bunyoro...
Cuisine
by Paresh Jai
• Project Plan: Work with food communities like Kampala food network
, that has an existing social m...
Settlements of interest
By Genvessel
• Project Plan: Work in Katanga Slum which is a large slum in Uganda with a
variety o...
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  1. 1. Kumusha Takes Wiki Uganda
  2. 2. Agricultural activity USAID Africa Bureau • Project Plan: Work with Cooperative Unions in Mbale District  Research about the cooperative and attend meetings  Meet with community (Farmers, exporters, Ministry of Agriculture).  Meet with farmers through events held.  Use community activator groups like students in the area to write about coffee growing on Mount Elgon • Community Activators: Head of the Board, farmers, schools • Deliverables: Articles about the cooperative, Images, Articles about Ugandan coffee grown in Uganda, Recording of ‘ A day in the life of a farmer’
  3. 3. Fishing community Adam Jones • Project Plan: Work with Fishing Islands on Lake Victoria  Work with ministry of agriculture and fisheries  Go to the islands and approach the different fishing communities in the area  Liaise with a fisher man on the site as a way to research about the communities  Work with schools on the islands • Deliverables: Article about Fishing in Uganda, Articles about Lake Victoria fishing communities, Recording of ‘ A day in the life of a fisher’
  4. 4. University Communities Eric Lubega and Elias Tuheretze • Project Plan: Work with communities in Makerere and Busitema University.  Research about extensively about the different Associations in the universities.  Reach out to these associations, colleges and departments through the activators and through attending their events  Activate the associations in the different meetings they hold. • Community Activators: Department heads, Heads of Student associations, Dean, Student Guild • Deliverables: Articles by the student associations , Articles about the University and its departments, Recording of ‘ A day in the life of a Student’, Content
  5. 5. Poetry/ Comedian communities Monica Arac • Project Plan: Work with poets in Uganda.  Attend events held by poet/comedian communities  Coordinate with a community activator.  Present at meetings held(latern meet, Poetry in Session) • Community Activators: Poets, Poetry clubs in schools • Deliverables: Recordings, Images, Poems(Wiki books), Articles about poets and poetry in Uganda
  6. 6. Writers communities Henry Kyemba by Rob C. Croes / Anefo • Project Plan: Work with FEMRITE whose main strategy in bringing together women writers from across the continent is to create a sense of belonging for African Women writers' groups.  Research about the community and read about their different works  Attend Events held and get slots to present about Open data, Wikipedia, Wikimedia, cc licenses  Hold edit-thons in collaboration with other communities • Community activator: One of the NGO coordinators, Writer in femrite • Deliverables: Articles about Authors, Wiki books, images on Wikimedia commons
  7. 7. Music communities Jason Nolte • Project Plan: Work with different music genres (Gospel, Local performers, Luga flow )  Contact radio stations , promoters so as to get in touch with the different performers.  Contact media houses for content  Find a way to communicate with fans to become activators • Community Activators: radio stations, promoters, Event managers, fans , Alliance Francaise • Deliverables: Upload of songs on YouTube, Articles about different artists , Articles about music types in Uganda.
  8. 8. Border Towns Andre Engels • Project Plan: Busia Uganda- Busia Kenya will be the boarder town I will work  Research about the town and the different activities.  Hold mapping events • Community activators: NGO’s in the area, mayor, local council • Deliverables: Wiki Voyage, Images on Wikimedia commons, Articles about Busia
  9. 9. Ethnic communities Roger S. Duncan, U.S Navy • Project Plan: Work with ethnic communities (Busoga , Buganda, Toro, Bunyoro, Lango, Bakiga) • Community activators: Tribal student associations. • Deliverables: Articles about different Tribes, Articles about Kings and chiefs of Tribes, Fashion etc
  10. 10. Cuisine by Paresh Jai • Project Plan: Work with food communities like Kampala food network , that has an existing social media network.  Research about more food communities in Uganda  Attend events and cooking meets • Community activators- food communities, market boards, cooking schools (YWCA) • Deliverables: Recipes of Ugandan Food, Articles about the different food in Uganda. Food meets, Images, Videos.
  11. 11. Settlements of interest By Genvessel • Project Plan: Work in Katanga Slum which is a large slum in Uganda with a variety of activities, economic, residential. OR Kikoni(A community that has come up because of its proximity to the university)  Research about the communities  Hold Mapping Events in coordination with mapping day • Community activators: University Students

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