The GC endorsed the outcomes of the consultative workshop, and urged the AWF
to work closely with the Resource Mobilisation Steering Committee to accelerate the preparation of the Long-Term Strategy, considering its importance for resource mobilisation from AWF
This was followed by the adoption of the RWSSI and AWF
Declaration whereby some 300 participants, including African water and finance ministers, development partners and civil society representatives, reconfirmed their overall commitment to mobilise the required resources and make all necessary efforts to improve water resources management as well as to achieve the Millennium Development Goal targets for water supply and sanitation on the continent.
Additionally, the BVA AWF
reminds us of our "duty of care" obligations under the Animal Welfare Act, which states that pet owners MUST ensure that each of the five welfare needs for animals under their care are met.
John Whalley, chief executive of AWF
, said, "The aerospace industry has a strong and sustainable future in Wales with key alliances being formed between the UK, Europe, the US and many other countries around the world, thus ensuring that highly-sensitive mission critical products are manufactured to the highest standard.
In addition, the Conservancy and the AWF
will work with communities and the government in Mozambique's Cahora Bassa Reservoir in the Zambezi River Valley to develop a pilot sustainable commercial fishery.
While not directly affiliated with U2 or their management, the AWF
has the advantage of being able to appeal directly to U2 fans for help, since addressing Africa's poverty emergency has long been one of the most publicized endeavors of lead singer Bono.
Tucker said AWF
has never been larger The group has grown about 70 percent from only 30 members in the last few years.
Japan established the AWF
in July 1995 as a nominally private organization, allocating hundreds of millions of yen for medical and welfare projects to assist the wartime sex slaves, referred to as ''comfort women,'' in South Korea, the Philippines, Taiwan and the Netherlands.
During the three-year project, the AWF
provided a total of 241.
The Asian Women's Fund (AWF
), a private organization backed by the Japanese government, said Friday it has completed redress to 78 former sex slaves, including four men, with the Project Implementation Committee in the Netherlands comprising Dutch citizens, serving as a middleman between the AWF
and the Dutch victims.
based among port, building, and citrus workers, the AWF
was part of a tradition of leftist, militant unionism which Jaffa workers never abandoned.
Both WWF and AWF
paid exaggerated attention to the case of the elephant (elephants have never been doomed to extinction; in fact, several countries had to stabilize their elephant populations well before the 1989 ban) once they discovered this was a fool-proof recipe for fundraising.