The box on the left in the diagram is a dimmer switch and the box on the right is a GFCI combo switch. The ground wiring is absent from the diagram. How can this wiring be completed to connect the fan and light independently?
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If you want to provide GFCI protection of the fixture, you'd feed the switches from the LOAD side of the GFCI device.
If you don't want to provide GFCI protection to the devices, you'd feed the switches from the incoming feeder.
NOTE: I've labeled one of the dimmer terminals as "C" (common), as it looks like you might have a 3-way dimmer. In this case the "C" terminal will be an odd color (likely black), while the other two will be the same color (brass). Unless of course the third terminal in your diagram is green (ground), in which case you should ignore this note and connect the grounding conductor to the green terminal.