CCWA

AcronymDefinition
CCWAClayton County Water Authority (Georgia)
CCWACommunity College Workforce Alliance
CCWACentral Coast Water Authority (California)
CCWAChurches’ Community Work Alliance (UK)
CCWAConodoguinet Creek Watershed Association
CCWACape Cod Windsurfing Association
CCWACorpus Christi Windsurfing Association
CCWAChildren Christian Welfare Association
CCWAColumbia Cowlitz Wiffleball Association (Portland, OR)
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CCWA to create economic development opportunities in Clayton County.
audiences what CCWA does and the value of services we provide.
The CCWA hopes to play an important role in drawing attention to the persistence of inequality and violence and in advocating social transformations consistent with the full respect for women's human rights.
The CCWA has been supported by the UNAIDS Caribbean Regional Support Team, along with UNIFEM and regional civil society organizations including CRN+, the Caribbean Association for Feminist Research and Action (CAFRA) and the Centre for Gender and Development Studies (CGDS) for 15 months leading up to the official launch.
We never lose sight of the fact that we serve the needs of the rest of the organization: CCWA sells water not GIS.
The CCWA GIS was developed in response to a need for accurate and timely facility and maintenance information at all levels of the organization.
The line under Grant Road required replacement and the CCWA chose to use ductile iron pipe and the Tenbusch Insertion Method on this project.
The CCWA GIS system design can be thought of in two parts: geodatabase design and system configuration.
Currently, around 4,800 CCWA members are supporting around 5,400 children.
The city's water system assets consist solely of delivery pipelines since water treatment is provided by CCWA.
This partnership makes a lot of sense for CyMed, CCWA and the MT community on a number of levels," commented Robert Lynch, CyMed's President and CEO.
CCWA was honored for its exceptional efforts at protecting the environment during construction of the Central Coast Aqueduct, an extension of the State Water Project into San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara counties.