- I am John's eyes, ears and voice here in the UK.
- I am active on the Internet on his behalf as well as my own.
- I can describe John's various community development projects in rural Nigeria from first hand experience.
- John and I communicate regularly using the Internet
- We hold weekly online UK-Nigeria Dadamac team meetings
- Together we arrange effective collaborations between people in my network (in UK and online) and John's projects in rural Nigeria.
- We also act as consultants.
John's work at Fantsuam Foundation and Attachab Eco-Village is driven by his personal commitment and concerns and is work-without-pay. My independent investigative work into ICT and Education is done the same way, and so is our work with the Dadamac Learners, and some Dadamac Collaborators.
It is possible to contribute to our social/community initiatives (at Fantsuam Foundation and elsewhere) through a registered charity Dadamac Foundation (previously known as CAWD). At time of writing this edit (January 26th 2009) Dadamac Foundation has a policy of making no deductions for administrative costs (where necessary they are covered by Dadamac Ltd).
It is possible to employ the Dadamac team through Dadamac Ltd.