Uchaguzi wa Shirika la Wikimedia/2022/Wagombea/Gilbert Ndihokubwayo

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Gilbert Ndihokubwayo (Gilbert Ndihokubwayo)

Gilbert Ndihokubwayo (talk meta edits global user summary CA  AE)

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  • Personal:
    • Jina: Gilbert Ndihokubwayo
    • Location: Burundi
    • Lugha: English, French, Esperanto, Swahili, Kirundi
  • Editorial:
    • Wikimedian since: 2019
    • Active wikis: Wikipedia, Wikimedia Commons, Meta-Wiki, Wikidata (learning course to contribute to Wikidata)
Taarifa ya utangulizi / muhtasari wa maombi.
Sehemu hii itatafsiriwa. (Upeo wa maneno 150)
Mimi ni Gilbert Ndihokubwayo, mwanzilishi mwenza wa harakati za Wikimedia nchini Burundi; Nimehusika na kufanya kazi kama mfanyakazi wa kujitolea wa Wikimedia kuanzia mwanzoni mwa 2019. Ninachangia miradi ya Wikimedia; Nimepanga na kuratibu miradi ya Wikimedia kama vile Wiki Loves Africa, Wiki Loves Earth, Africa Wiki Challenge, Warsha za kuhariri na uhamasishaji.

Kwa sasa ninapanga kutekeleza programu ya Kusoma Wikipedia Darasani nchini Burundi ili kutoa mafunzo na kuwasaidia walimu kuelewa na kutumia Wikipedia kama zana ya kujifunzia kwa kuiunganisha na vipengele vya mfumo wa UNESCO wa kusoma na kuandika habari kwa Vyombo vya Habari. Nimekutana na kushirikishana uzoefu na watu mbalimbali kisha nikapata uzoefu katika tamaduni tofauti, ujamaa, n.k. Wakati wa mafunzo yangu ya kitaaluma, nilipata ujuzi katika nyanja ya mawasiliano na maendeleo; na katika mafunzo yangu mbalimbali, pia nilijifunza njia na mbinu za ufundishaji, na nimekuza ujuzi katika mkakati wa shirika na usimamizi ndani ya historia yangu ya kitaaluma.

Michango kwa miradi ya Wikimedia, uanachama katika mashirika au washirika wa Wikimedia, shughuli kama mratibu wa harakati za Wikimedia, au ushiriki na shirika mshirika la Wikimedia.
(Upeo wa maneno 100)
I'm involved in the organization of events to contribute to Wikimedia projects: wikipedia (editathons, Wikipedia Pages Wanting Photos, ...), Commons (Wiki Loves Africa, Wiki Loves Earth).

I am also learning the Reading Wikipedia in the Classroom program. This is a professional training program of Wikimedia that aims to help teachers understand and leverage Wikipedia as a learning tool by connecting it to the components of UNESCO’s Media and Information Literacy framework. The program helps to learn vital media and information literacy skills for the 21st century, including: understanding how information is produced, how to access and evaluate content online.

Utaalamu katika maeneo ya ujuzi yaliyotambuliwa kama mahitaji ya Bodi.
  • Mkakati wa shirika na usimamizi
  • Teknolojia ya jukwaa la kiwango cha biashara na/au ukuzaji wa bidhaa
  • Sera ya umma na sheria
  • Sayansi ya data ya kijamii, uchanganuzi mkubwa wa data, na kujifunza kwa mashine

(Upeo wa maneno 150)

I have developed skills in the organizational strategy and management during my professional positions as operations manager and human resources manager, I could manage different services in which more than sixty persons work. I have been involved in the different investigations to collect and evaluate data about the population living analysis, and I can make an inspection of data to lead conclusions and/or to collect useful information in order to make a fruitful decision. I have the capacity of machine learning, I can develop sample forms to collect and analyze information. I have also developed skills in the public policy and the law during my work of human resources management.

During my professional background, I have increased skills in the implementation, planning and monitoring of activities in order to achieve the goals. I have also faced situations that involved me to restructure the strategic process.

Uzoefu wa kuishi ulimwenguni. Tunavutiwa sana kusoma kuhusu matukio ya maisha katika maeneo ya Afrika, Asia ya Kusini, Mashariki na Kusini Mashariki mwa Asia na Pasifiki, na Amerika ya Kusini na Visiwa vya Karibi. Tunaamini kuwa uzoefu katika maeneo haya unaweza kusaidia kupanua uwezo wa bodi wa kutimiza lengo la mkakati wa harakati la ushiriki wa usawa zaidi, ingawa tunatambua kuwa uzoefu mwingine unaweza pia kutoa michango muhimu.
(Upeo wa maneno 250)
During my travels to countries other than my native country, I met with different personalities with whom I could share life experience, culture, socialization, etc.

In December 2016, I participated in the 6th African Esperantist Congress held in Tanzania in the city of Bunda. During this congress, I had the opportunity to discuss with people from countries like Tanzania, Kenya, Togo, France, Brazil, Hungary, Iceland, Japan, Korea.

In August 2017, I participated in the international congress of young Esperantists in Togo, in the city of Aneho. It was an opportunity for me to meet and share experience with people from Togo, Ghana, Benin, Rwanda, DRC, South Africa, France, Italy, Germany, etc.

In September 2019, I have taken part in the East Africa Strategy Summit, East Africa stategy discussions. During the Summit in Kampala, I have met and shared experiences with wikimedians from different countries, among others Ugandans, Rwandans, Kenyans, Ethiopians, DRC, American, Ghana, Tanzanians. We have shared our hopes and expectations from the event, the common themes included bringing together the East African region, spreading awareness of Wikimedia and free knowledge in East Africa, learning about Wikimedia and Creative Commons projects, and community growth.

I have also made visiting trips to countries in the sub-region, including Rwanda and Kenya, which have helped me to learn from others in their ways.

I also had the opportunity to learn from others about teaching practices and methodologies, such as the Zagreb method and the production of teaching materials.

Ufasaha wa kitamaduni na lugha pamoja na maeneo na lugha za ziada kwa eneo lako la asili na lugha. Uelewa wa kitamaduni husaidia kujenga madaraja katika jumuiya yetu ya tamaduni nyingi.
(Upeo wa maneno 250)
I learned English as my second language in school. It is a language that I use in various situations with at least an intermediate level. Apart from that I frequently speak French. French is my first language of learning since I was in elementary school and I use it very often in my daily life.

I am also fluent in Esperanto, and in fact I am a teacher of this language. During my career in Esperanto, I have participated in various events that have allowed me to learn theories and practices as in pedagogy and language teaching. Esperanto has allowed me to learn about the cultures of others. In congresses, we have often organized sessions of language festival, an opportunity for people to get aware with the culture of the countries through its linguistic specificities, its music and dances, its cuisine, its way of dressing, etc. Apart from these languages, I also speak Kirundi and Swahili as my mother tongues. Kirundi is the national language of Burundi and is spoken all over the country; the language has a great similarity with Rwanda, the language of the neighboring country, and therefore, it is very easy for a Burundian and a Rwandan to exchange. Burundi and Rwanda, we share a lot since the history of our two countries, the culture, dances, ways of life, etc. Swahili is a language of the sub-region. With Swahili, we find ourselves at home in Burundi, Tanzania, part of the DRC, Kenya, a little in Uganda.

Uzoefu kama mtetezi wa kuunda nafasi salama na shirikishi kwa wote na/au uzoefu katika hali au miktadha ya udhibiti, ukandamizaji au mashambulizi mengine dhidi ya haki za binadamu.
(Upeo wa maneno 250)
I am a founding member of the [Community User Group Burundi], an initiative born in 2019 from three people after attending the East Africa Strategy Summit held in Kampala, Uganda. Since then I have been able to organize events through which community members have made contributions to Wikimedia projects, including editathons on Wikipedia, Africa Wiki Challenge in Burundi; photo contributions on Commons through events like Wiki Loves Africa, Wiki Loves Earth in Burundi.

Actually, I am about to implement the Reading Wikipedia in the Classroom program, a Wikimedia program to teach vital media and information literacy skills for the 21st century.

Apart from the Wikimedia movement, I am a founding member of an association of consumers of information and communication technologies, an association that aims to promote the quality of service offered by telephone operators, the compliance of technical standards of telecommunications equipment made available to consumers and help resolve complaints. We founded the association in April 2013 and currently have more than one hundred members. We also supervise people who want to engage in self-development activities to better appropriate information and communication technologies in order to fight against poverty.

In the Esperanto movement, I am currently responsible for the teaching of Esperanto in Burundi and I have been able to reorganize the language learning clubs. In 2020, I toured all the provinces of the country visiting the clubs in order to encourage the members. This had a very positive impact, new clubs were created, and clubs were revitalized.

Uzoefu kuhusiana na (au kama mwanachama wa, kwa kiwango unachochagua kushiriki) kikundi ambacho kimekabiliwa na ubaguzi wa kihistoria na uwakilishi mdogo katika miundo ya mamlaka (pamoja na lakini sio tu kwa tabaka, jamii, kabila, rangi, asili ya kitaifa, utaifa, utambulisho wa kijinsia, kujieleza jinsia, mwelekeo wa kijinsia, umri, dini, lugha, utamaduni, elimu, uwezo, mapato na mazingira).
(Upeo wa maneno 250)
Our country, Burundi, has experienced political turbulence based on ethnicity. This unrest caused many deaths and losses. However, we have experienced a post-war period, a period of reconciliation and pacification of the country. Different organizations have emerged to educate youth on mutual reconciliation. Nowadays in Burundi, ethnicity stories have no place anymore, the population has finally understood that the war that the country experienced was not really a question of ethnicity, but rather was for the interests of politicians.

This war had repercussions with neighboring countries (fighting, training and refugee camps, embargo) and officially ended in 2005 with sporadic violence after that date. In August 2000, a first agreement was signed, but without the National Liberation Forces and the Forces for the Defense of Democracy. A new transitional constitution was promulgated on October 28, 2001, establishing an "ethnic" alternation of power, with the presidency and vice-presidency changing every 18 months, alternating Tutsis and Hutus. Despite sustained military activity by Hutu armed groups, some of the National Liberation Forces laid down their arms on October 7, 2002, and the Forces for the Defense of Democracy agreed to participate in the peace process on October 8, 2003, with a final agreement reached on November 16.

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