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Draft report
This is a draft of a Project Grant report for a grant funded for fiscal year 2018-19. Please do not respond or comment on it until its status has changed from draft to under review. To read the approved grant submission, please visit Grants:Project/Nattes à chat/Les sans pagEs


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Welcome to this project's final report! This report shares the outcomes, impact and learnings from the grantee's project.

Part 1: The ProjectEdit

SummaryEdit

Project GoalsEdit

Project ImpactEdit

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TargetsEdit

  1. In the first column of the table below, please copy and paste the measures you selected to help you evaluate your project's success (see the Project Impact section of your proposal). Please use one row for each measure. If you set a numeric target for the measure, please include the number.
  2. In the second column, describe your project's actual results. If you set a numeric target for the measure, please report numerically in this column. Otherwise, write a brief sentence summarizing your output or outcome for this measure.
  3. In the third column, you have the option to provide further explanation as needed. You may also add additional explanation below this table.
Planned measure of success
(include numeric target, if applicable)
Actual result Explanation


StoryEdit

Looking back over your whole project, what did you achieve? Tell us the story of your achievements, your results, your outcomes. Focus on inspiring moments, tough challenges, interesting anecdotes or anything that highlights the outcomes of your project. Imagine that you are sharing with a friend about the achievements that matter most to you in your project.

  • This should not be a list of what you did. You will be asked to provide that later in the Methods and Activities section.
  • Consider your original goals as you write your project's story, but don't let them limit you. Your project may have important outcomes you weren't expecting. Please focus on the impact that you believe matters most.

Survey(s)Edit

If you used surveys to evaluate the success of your project, please provide a link(s) in this section, then briefly summarize your survey results in your own words. Include three interesting outputs or outcomes that the survey revealed.

Other : final remarks from geographical groupsEdit

GenevaEdit

GrenobleEdit

We had planned to organize 3 edit-a-thons + 1 workshop around female youtubers and wikipedia + "keep in touch" with other Les sans pagEs groups

"3 editathons : create a local movement"

  • 2 edit-a-thons on "Women and Science" and "Women and Astronomy" with our partner La Casemate (04/25/2018 and 03/08/2019)
  • 1 edit-a-thon on the Gender Gap within the #EllesFest festival with our partner Le Magasin des Horizons (09/08/2018)
  • 1 mini-edit-a-thon about "Juliette Bertho" (female film director from Grenoble) with the Cinémathèque of Grenoble (11/21/2018)

We managed to get a range of Grenoble actors aware of the Gender Gap issue and establish links for the future.

"Workshop : Women on Wikipedia through Women on Youtube"

This project coulnd't be organized because of a series of reasons :

  • personal reasons took time out of my agenda and this project demanded a lot of organizationnal work
  • our main partner (La Casemate), which was supposed to host it, had their venue burned down by a criminal fire (still not fixed after one year and a half)
  • the WikiConvention Francophone took place in Grenoble (WMFrance announced it only after the grant was confirmed), which took energy from the local group and saturated the calendar for partners

Fortunately, a new Les sans pagEs group ("Méditerranée") was created in the meantime, and the remaining of our funds could be transfered to them.

I still hope we can make such an event happen in the future, maybe gathering more partners in order to have everything properly financed (including organizational work).

Keeping in touch

  • I (Opsylac) could participate in two edit-a-thons, one in Paris and one in Sion.
  • I was trained to use the dashboard instruments at the WikiConvention
  • Aude, other user from Grenoble, participated in the MAMCO edit-a-thon in Geneva.

NantesEdit

MediterranéeEdit

MarseilleEdit
MontpellierEdit

ParisEdit

SionEdit

Is there another way you would prefer to communicate the actual results of your project, as you understand them? You can do that here!

Methods and activitiesEdit

Please provide a list of the main methods and activities through which you completed your project.

Project resourcesEdit

Please provide links to all public, online documents and other artifacts that you created during the course of this project. Even if you have linked to them elsewhere in this report, this section serves as a centralized archive for everything you created during your project. Examples include: meeting notes, participant lists, photos or graphics uploaded to Wikimedia Commons, template messages sent to participants, wiki pages, social media (Facebook groups, Twitter accounts), datasets, surveys, questionnaires, code repositories... If possible, include a brief summary with each link.


LearningEdit

The best thing about trying something new is that you learn from it. We want to follow in your footsteps and learn along with you, and we want to know that you took enough risks in your project to have learned something really interesting! Think about what recommendations you have for others who may follow in your footsteps, and use the below sections to describe what worked and what didn’t.

What worked wellEdit

What did you try that was successful and you'd recommend others do? To help spread successful strategies so that they can be of use to others in the movement, rather than writing lots of text here, we'd like you to share your finding in the form of a link to a learning pattern.

  • Your learning pattern link goes here

What didn’t workEdit

What did you try that you learned didn't work? What would you think about doing differently in the future? Please list these as short bullet points.

Other recommendationsEdit

If you have additional recommendations or reflections that don’t fit into the above sections, please list them here.

Next steps and opportunitiesEdit

Are there opportunities for future growth of this project, or new areas you have uncovered in the course of this grant that could be fruitful for more exploration (either by yourself, or others)? What ideas or suggestions do you have for future projects based on the work you’ve completed? Please list these as short bullet points.



Part 2: The GrantEdit

FinancesEdit

Actual spendingEdit

Please copy and paste the completed table from your project finances page. Check that you’ve listed the actual expenditures compared with what was originally planned. If there are differences between the planned and actual use of funds, please use the column provided to explain them.

DRAFT: it has not received final approval from Nattes à chat

Expense Approved amount Actual funds spent Difference
Nantes local group funding - CHF 2,028 1,448.80 - 579.20
Grenoble local group funding - CHF 505 684.55 + 179.55
Paris local group funding - CHF 1,507 1,994.97 + 487.97
Sion local group funding - CHF 3,269 3,569.95 + 300.95 variation under 10%
Mediterranean local group funding - CHF 3,095 4,526.98 + 1,431.98 due to

1- wrong forecast as 2018 expenses reported lately when updating budget/expenses at 2018 review 2-actual costs of 1,500 CHF per half year. i.e. 4,500 spent over Grant duration

Geneva local group funding - CHF 1,200 1,284.88 + 84.88 variation under 10%
Web site - CHF 250 1,175.21 - 925.21 due to

1- annual cost underestimated (587 CHF per year) 2- renewal period in 2nd Qt --> two period considered over Grant duration

Travel cost - CHF 7,486 8,013.67 + 167.67 variation under 10%
Project manager - CHF 2,000 2,299.80 + 299.80
Total 21,700 24,998.81 + 3,298.81


Remaining fundsEdit

Do you have any unspent funds from the grant?

Please answer yes or no. If yes, list the amount you did not use and explain why.

If you have unspent funds, they must be returned to WMF. Please see the instructions for returning unspent funds and indicate here if this is still in progress, or if this is already completed:

DocumentationEdit

Did you send documentation of all expenses paid with grant funds to grantsadmin wikimedia.org, according to the guidelines here?

Please answer yes or no. If no, include an explanation.

Confirmation of project statusEdit

Did you comply with the requirements specified by WMF in the grant agreement?

Please answer yes or no.

Is your project completed?

Please answer yes or no.

Grantee reflectionEdit

We’d love to hear any thoughts you have on what this project has meant to you, or how the experience of being a grantee has gone overall. Is there something that surprised you, or that you particularly enjoyed, or that you’ll do differently going forward as a result of the Project Grant experience? Please share it here!