• WIKI LOVES MONUMENTS PAKISTAN 2016
    In September 2016, we organised world’s largest photography competition”Wiki Loves Monuments” in Pakistan for the third time. The competition was aimed at documenting all of the world’s cultural heritage under a free license.  Globally, the 2016 version of the contest saw more than 10,500 contestants in 43 countries across the globe, who submitted more than 265,000 photographs throughout the month of September. From Pakistan, around 370 contestants from across the country submitted over 11,000 photographs (70 per cent of them by Ibn-e-Azhar), making it the country with the sixth largest in the number of submissions and participants.


  • WIKI LOVES EARTH PAKISTAN 2016
    In May 2016, we organised “Wiki Loves Earth Pakistan” photography competition in Pakistan for the second time. The competition was aimed at documenting natural heritage under a free license. The global 2016 edition has seen more than 7,000 contestants participating from 26 countries, with over 75,000 photo submissions. From Pakistan, over 1,200 contestants chipped in from across the country to submit more than 8,000 photographs; making it the country with the third largest number of submissions and first largest in the number of participants.

  • WIKI LOVES MONUMENTS PAKISTAN 2015
    In September 2015, we organised world’s largest photography competition”Wiki Loves Monuments” in Pakistan for the second time. The competition was aimed at documenting all of the world’s cultural heritage under a free license. Globally, the 2015 version of the contest saw more than 6,200 contestants in 33 countries across the globe, who submitted more than 220,000 photographs throughout the month of September. From Pakistan, around 325 contestants from across the country submitted over 2,200 photographs, making it the country with the sixth largest in the number of participants.


  • WIKI LOVES EARTH PAKISTAN 2015
    In May 2015, we organised “Wiki Loves Earth Pakistan” photography competition in Pakistan.The competition was aimed at documenting natural heritage under a free license. The global 2015 edition has seen more than 8,500 contestants participating from 26 countries, with over 100,000 photo submissions. From Pakistan, over 1,500 contestants chipped in from across the country to submit more than 11,000 photographs; making it the country with the fourth largest number of submissions and second largest in the number of participants.
    Internationally Pakistan won first place in Wiki Loves Earth 2015


  • WIKIPEDIA READERSHIP SURVEY PAKISTAN
    In November 2014, in consultation with the Wikimedia Foundation’s Learning and Evaluation team, we conducted an online survey of Wikipedia readers for the very first time in Pakistan, to better understand Pakistani readers and their relationship with Wikipedia. Over 7,000 internet users from across the country took part in the survey.


    WIKI LOVES MONUMENTS PAKISTAN 2014
    In September 2014, we brought world’s largest photography competition, Wiki Loves Monuments, to Pakistan. Wiki Loves Monuments documents all of the world’s cultural heritage under a free license. Globally, the 2014 version of the contest saw more than 8,750 contestants in 41 countries across the globe, who submitted more than 308,000 photographs throughout the month of September. From Pakistan, more than 700 contestants from across the country submitted over 12,000 photographs, making it the country with the eight largest number of submissions and fourth largest in the number of participants.