SIL Vai Fonts 3.2Free
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These fonts include a complete set of Vai consonants and vowels, along with punctuation, arabic numerals, and other useful symbols. There are no Roman characters (a-z) in these fonts.
Vai is spoken by approximately 105,000 people in Liberia and Sierra Leone, West Africa. The Vai script is a syllabary thought to be invented by Momolu Duwalu Bukele in approximately 1833. It is a unique indigenous writing system which the Vai people have used proudly for nearly two centuries.
These fonts are still custom (legacy) 8-bit fonts. They are not Unicode fonts.