The Global Project is an umbrella project for l free-space projects, project teams and sub-projects that don't have another top-level project to connect to, as well as top-level projects that currently don't have enough Project Leaders. It covers both geographical and non-geographical projects.
How to Join
- This project is the effort of a group of WikiTree users interested in profiles related to the Indian Sub Continent. Project members can take primary responsibility for relevant profiles or family groups and work on merging duplicates, cleaning up profiles, adding sources, and removing incorrect information.
The Indonesia Project is focusing on adding, sourcing and improving profiles of persons associated with Indonesia, developing standards for a variety of naming conventions, and creating bilingual profiles and a category structure supporting this work.
- The New Zealand Project strives to make every New Zealand profile the best it can be to leave a lasting legacy for future generations and to assist current researchers in their quest for family history.
- Project members will add New Zealand profiles, merge duplicates and improve profiles by adding sources and writing biographies.
- Leader: Emma MacBeath
- The goals of this project are to collect in one place information and resources to assist in building and documenting African Genealogies, to bring together WikiTreers interested in connecting African families to the Global Family Tree and to make every African profile the best it can be.
- Leader: Emma MacBeath
- Goals coming soon.
- Team Leader: Jacquès Julie
- The goals of this project are to trace back our Mauritian Ancestry and provide detailed sources and entries of Mauritian ancestors here at WikiTree. Most common decedents are of Portuguese, French, Dutch and British decent. Slavery also brought many people from India, Africa and Asia to name a few. We are also in the process of gathering links and resources so that future WikiTreers and genealogists are better able to research and trace their roots with ease.
- To join the Mauritius Project, reply to this G2G post.
- First Responders (Emergency Responders) are those who have specialized training in the protection and preservation of life, property, evidence, and the environment. These personnel are among the first to arrive and provide assistance at the scene of an emergency, such as an accident, natural disaster, or terrorist attack. First responders typically include paramedics, emergency medical technicians, police officers, firefighters, rescuers, and other trained members of organisations connected with this type of work.
- The First Responders Project's mission is to honor the lives, and highlight the profiles, of First Responders worldwide. In some cases, we honors those who died during the course of their duties, or what is commonly called a Line of Duty Death (LODD).
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