SIL Vai Fonts
SIL Vai Fonts 3.2 can be downloaded from our software library for free. The most popular versions of the SIL Vai Fonts are 3.2 and 1.0. This free software was originally designed by SIL International. The most frequent installer filename for the program is: _18be6784.exe. The program is categorized as System Utilities. The latest installer that can be downloaded is 584 KB in size. Our antivirus check shows that this download is clean. The software is sometimes distributed under different names, such as "VAI Fonts".
From the developer:
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.
You may want to check out more software, such as SIL Encore Font System, Apparatus Sil Font or SIL ViewGlyph, which might be related to SIL Vai Fonts.