ASSA

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ASSAAcademy of the Social Sciences in Australia
ASSAAstronomical Society of Southern Africa
ASSAActuarial Society of South Africa
ASSAAmerican Shetland Sheepdog Association
ASSAAstronomical Society of South Australia
ASSAAllied Social Sciences Association
ASSAAceros Suarez SA (Guatemalan steel producer)
ASSAAerosol Single Scattering Albedo
ASSAAsociación Sindical de Sobrecargos de Aviación de México (Spanish: Association of Aviation Surcharges, Mexico)
ASSAAlberta Summer Swimming Association
ASSAASEAN Social Security Association
ASSAAlabama State Society of Anesthesiologists
ASSAAminopterin Syndrome Sine Aminopterin
ASSAAustralian Serbian Students Association
ASSAArea Supply Support Activity
ASSAAssociation for Sociology in South Africa
ASSAAlberta Skeet Shooting Association
ASSAAutomated Self-Service Applications
ASSAAdvanced Shipboard Situational Awareness
ASSAArmed Services Security Agency (USA)
ASSAActive Self-Steering Array
ASSAAutomated Support Systems Architecture
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3) in 2005 compared the trend in age-specific death rates for nine AIDS-related conditions (including tuberculosis and respiratory diseases) with age-specific death rates for HIV as predicted by the Actuarial Society of South Africa model (ASSA 2000), and observed a high level of correlation, concluding that these diseases account for the 'missing' HIV cause of death statistics, and showing that only about 40% of deaths due to HIV are recorded as such.
Previous tools have provided districts with the ability to calculate their estimated monthly need for HAART initiations (5) using statistics from the Actuarial Society of South Africa (ASSA).
Cape Town: Centre for Actuarial Research, Medical Research Council, Actuarial Society of South Africa, 2002.
Cape Town: Centre for Actuarial Research, South African Medical Research Council, Actuarial Society of South Africa, 2006.
5) The Actuarial Society of South Africa (ASSA) has published yearly estimates of new HIV infections for each province for 2000-2015.