This Wiki contains stories and photos created by Volunteers who served Nigeria with the Peace Corps in the 1960's. It has
This site is fully viewable by the public. Content appearing on this site may be used only with permission of Friends of Nigeria (FON) and the author.
The Friends of Nigeria (FON) hope you enjoy this site.
This wiki was developed by Returned Peace Corps Volunteers (RPCVs) that are members of Friends of Nigeria (FON). FON members also include staff, Canadian University Service Overseas (CUSO) and British Volunteer Service Overseas (VSO) volunteers.
If you are a Friend of Nigeria, you are invited to contribute and/or join our Google Group. See below:
Contributing to WikiFON
You can participate. We encourage people to add content to this wiki. For example, add a story, biography, expand upon an article, load that classic picture, or correct mistakes.
To do so you will need a username and password (see below or click here for instructions).
Contributors are asked to remember the The Post Card when they post.
- How to request login - it is easy
- Help has a navigation bar on the right with help topics, FAQs and more
Join FON Google Group
- This is an Email group. See request member page - receive emails, ask questions
Quick Table of Contents
Words in blue are links to other pages, words in red are new (empty) pages that need content. If you don’t find what you are looking for here, then on the left on any page, put words in the Search wikiFON box and press "Go".
- Groups - an index of all groups (e.g., Nigeria VII) related material, with links to each group's history, training directory, anecdotes, biographies, photos and more.
- Stories - an alphabetical list of all anecdotes in this WikiFON.
- Biographies - links to articles that relate to individual PCVs or staff.
- Photos - A list of all pages that contain group and place photos
- General site map - has the most links to other WikiFON pages with descriptions of the pages