Wikipedia:WikiProject Ghana

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WikiProject Ghana

A WikiProject to better organize articles on Ghana in a spirit of cooperation. It includes within its scope all articles related to Ghana, its cities, geography, transportation, culture, history and so on. It aims to expand Wikipedia's resources on Ghana in a fair and accurate manner.

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Harej (talk) 17:40, 10 July 2015 (UTC)Reply[reply]
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  • Requested photographs in Ghana
  • Turn the infoboxish tables in all the Category:Districts of Ghana into proper infoboxes?
  • The Women in Ghana page has some neutrality issues as well as holes in its information. I would like to draw in scholarly journals to expand on the article and reorganize it. I would like to add information on the current situation for women and girls in Ghana concerning education, healthcare, family structure, and employment. Any suggestions are welcome, and a more detailed proposal for the changes can be found on the article's Talk Page. Kiarasanchez12 (talk) 06:06, 27 February 2014 (UTC)Reply[reply]
  • There are currently two seperate Stub-Class articles, Kasoa and Oduponkpehe, that provide very little and inconsistent information about the same town. I would like to condense these two articles into one titled "Kasoa (Oduponkpehe)". In this article, I would like to keep as much of the two articles original content as is appropriate. In addition, there is a significant amount of critical information that is not included. I would like to add a substantial amount of information that is obtained from credible and neutral sources to this article. I welcome suggestions, especially regarding relevant information to consider and credible source suggestions. For more information please refer to the article's Talk Pages and/or my User Talk Page. I sincerely appreciate your time and consideration. Thank you. Brookeethleen (talk) 01:35, 28 February 2014 (UTC)Reply[reply]
  • Update Ghana-related pages about living people. This is crucial because of Wikipedia's strict biographies of living people policy.  — Mr. Guye (talk) (contribs)  21:04, 7 December 2017 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Articles for deletion

Articles for creation

Source materials edit

The following periodicals are available in online databanks for the periods indicated. If you would wish access to information from these periodicals, please send me an e-mail and indicate the title, subject and time period considered, and I will forward what I can find. John Carter (talk) 17:44, 6 February 2011 (UTC)Reply[reply]

  • Accra Mail (2005-on)

Templates edit

Member identification edit

Members of WikiProject Ghana should place one of the following lines of Wikitext on their user page to add it to Category:WikiProject Ghana participants.

Wikitext userbox where used
[[Category:WikiProject Ghana participants]] none linked pages
{{Template:User WikiProject Ghana}}
This user is a member of
WikiProject Ghana.
linked pages
{{Template:User WP Ghana}}
This user is a member of
WikiProject Ghana.
linked pages
{{Template:User WP Ghana|invite}} linked pages

For other Ghana user templates, see Category:Ghana user templates.

Working groups edit

Please discuss any proposals for new work groups with the project as a whole before creating them.

Work groups are informal groups of editors gathered for collaborative work on a particular topic within the field of biography; all project members are encouraged to participate in any that interest them.

Work groups