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Since fabfi is a truly distributed global project, email is usually the best way to find us
(fabfi at fabfolk dot com).

We look forward to hearing from you!

  • The core FabFi team are Amy Sun [amy] and Keith Berkoben [berkoben].
  • Lead FabFi implementers in Afghanistan are Hameed Tasal and Rahmat Sadat.
  • The Join Africa team (and proprietors of the newly minted FabCom) in Kenya are Tom, John, and Nick.

FabFi is an open source project built using other open source projects. We couldn't have done this project without the magical support of these thousands around the world. In particular, these people shared sleepless nights hacking for on FabFi for us: Kerry Lynn, Kenneth Cheung, Antoine VanGelder, Smari McCarthy, Andreas Guðmundson, and Carl Scheffler.

We gratefully acknowledge substantial support from:

Paul English, Kamau Gachigi, Riyaz Bachani, Meoli Kashorda, Anjali Sastry, Nipun Virmani,

MIT Center for Bits and Atoms, MIT Sloan Business School, FabFolk, Inc., University of Nairobi Science and Technology Park, Wanachi Online, KENET (Kenya Education Network), and Afrimesh.

FabFi is open and we've done our best to provide everything you need to build your own network. If you and your community network would like to be added to the list, please email us!

 

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