ITDG

AcronymDefinition
ITDGIntermediate Technology Development Group
ITDGInternational Technology Development Group
ITDGInitial Time Delay Gap (acoustics)
ITDGInternational Trade Development Group (Lafayette, LA)
ITDGIndependent Tire Dealers Group (Tequesta, FL)
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Simanowitz (eds) Money with a Mission Volume 1: Microfinance and Poverty Reduction, Institute of Development Studies, ITDG Publishing.
Food Security in Sub-Saharan Africa (London: ITDG Publishing, 2001).
Colleagues at his firm sponsored him hundreds of pounds to make the jump in aid of Bourton-on-Dunsmore development charity ITDG.
ACE, used in conjunction with ITDG, can then simulate the performance of that application when deployed over any infrastructure, and forecast end-to-end service performance.
Rural Labour in Africa, Asia and Latin America, London, ITDG.
ITDG spokesman Guy Whitmore said the event was a great success.
ITDG, of Bourton-on-Dunsmore, has teamed up with elite parachute display team the Red Devils to offer tandem skydiving places.
Staff at ITDG, based in Bourton on Dunsmore, near Rugby, believe thousands of letters sent out on its UK-wide mailing in November have gone missing.
Once people come up with ideas on where to place the renewable energy systems, ITDG - which works with communities in the developing world to tackle poverty using sustainable technologies - will assess the sites through its consultancy unit.
Nick Burn, international director at ITDG, who is overseeing the project, said: "This is an extremely exciting partnership which will bring huge benefits to people living in a country where 60 per cent of the population constantly face droughts and hunger.
International development charity ITDG, which is based in Bourton, near Rugby, has been awarded the money from the National Lottery's Community Fund.
The charity ITDG - Intermediate Technology Development Group - has now launched an appeal to tackle the problem.