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'''Fon''' (native name ''Fɔngbè'') is part of the [[Gbe languages|Gbe]] language cluster and belongs to the [[Kwa languages|Kwa]] sub-family of the [[Niger-Congo languages]]. Fon is spoken mainly in [[Benin]] by approximately 1.7 million speakers. Like the other Gbe languages, Fon is an [[analytic language]] with an [[Subject Verb Object|SVO]] basic word order.
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==External links==
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* [http://www.fon-is-fun.org/ Fon is Fun!]
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== Location ==
* [http://perso.wanadoo.fr/langue.fongbe/ La langue Fongbe du Bénin]
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* [http://www.fon.eu Fon.eu - The Fon People]
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Noyemberyan is north of [[Ijevan]] and very close the Armenia Azeri border. Border action often limits travel on the [[Ijevan]] to Noyemberyan road.
* [http://fongbe.blogspot.com The first blog totally in Fongbe. An access to a Fongbe forum is given]
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== Volunteers who served in Noyemberyan ==
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'''2003'''
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[[Dan Retz]]<br>
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'''2004'''
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[[John R. Tease]]<br>
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'''2005'''
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none<br>
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'''2006'''
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[[Kevin Gage]], [[Kyle Gifford]], [[Alex Harris]] and [[Eileen Marin]]
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'''2007'''
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???
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== Projects ==
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See Dan Retz and John Tease's [[Noyemberyan_Armenia_composting_toilet]]
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Will Dickinson's GPS presentations

Revision as of 21:25, 22 March 2009

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Location

Noyemberyan is north of Ijevan and very close the Armenia Azeri border. Border action often limits travel on the Ijevan to Noyemberyan road.

Volunteers who served in Noyemberyan

2003 Dan Retz
2004 John R. Tease
2005 none
2006 Kevin Gage, Kyle Gifford, Alex Harris and Eileen Marin 2007 ???


Projects

See Dan Retz and John Tease's Noyemberyan_Armenia_composting_toilet

Will Dickinson's GPS presentations