Products are components that need to be created in order for the project to succeed. This page contains descriptions of the products. In the case where the product is a short list, the product itself may be here too.
People who are or might be interested in contributing to the direction and work.
- WMF/WMF chapters
- Asaf Bartov (Head of Global South Relationships)
- Frank Schulenburg (Head of Global Education)
- Health and education organisations
- WHO (Isaac in contact)
- Medicines sans frontiers
- FACE AIDS (Asaf will be meeting with their Executive Director in November, in San Francisco)
- Charities active in the area
- Save the Children
- Local organizations
- Health ministries
- Other linguistic help
- Institute of Linguists
- Wycliffe centre
- School of Oriental and African Studies (University of London)
- African Studies Centre, University of Oxford
- Centre of African Studies, University of Cambridge
- will be amended depending on expert advice in the Terms of Reference document
- Existing articles
- en:HIV and AIDS
- en:Misconceptions about HIV and AIDS
- en:AIDS_pandemic (needs more refs)
- en:HIV/AIDS in Africa
- en:HIV/AIDS in Swaziland
- en:HIV/AIDS in Botswana (note, covered in Setswana)
- en:HIV/AIDS in Kenya
- en:HIV/AIDS in South Africa
- en:HIV/AIDS in Ghana
- en:HIV/AIDS in Lesotho
- en:HIV/AIDS in Malawi
- en:HIV/AIDS in Zimbabwe
- en:HIV/AIDS in Tanzania
- en:AIDS treatment
- en:AIDS prevention
- en:Female condom (note, covered in Swahili)
- Needed articles
List of readersEdit
Spoken word readers in the various languages
List of languagesEdit
The initial target set of languages.
- Swahili (Kiswahili)
- Zulu (isiZulu)
- Rwanda-Rundi (Kinyarwanda/Kirundi)
- Shona (chiShona)
- Luo (incubator:Wp/luo?)
These languages cover about 110 million primary speakers and 113 million scondary speakers.
Subject expert listEdit
People who are experts in HIV/AIDS, particularly with reference to transmission, prevention and treatment in Sub-Saharan Africa.
- Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS
- Charities form the list of possibly interested parties
People who will help fill any gaps in the primary coverage
Those who will help translate the content between languages
Content Terms of ReferenceEdit
The guide for which areas are critical to cover and how to cover them while remaining true to encyclopedic principles
Wikipedians who will help out with anything, not necessarily having specialised knowledge.
Templates and categories listEdit
Those templates and categories that are needed to support the articles.
Templates and categoriesEdit
These will need to be translated or copied to the appropriate langue Wikipedias
The master table of WP pages to be produced in all languages and the status
Canonical English articlesEdit
The articles should probably be developed in English to give us access to the maximum field of experts. (Of course this does not preclude work being done in any of the target languages at the same time, or indeed earlier.)
Quality translation is important.