AAWEAmerican Association of Wine Economists (Walla Walla, WA)
AAWEAssociation for Wind Engineering (Fort Collins, CO)
AAWEAssociation of American Wives of Europeans (Paris, France)
AAWEAfrican American Women Evolving (est. 1996; Chicago, IL)
AAWEAmerican Association for Wind Engineering
AAWEAssociation against Women Export
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The fact that AAWE and other minority-focused groups argue as passionately for alleviating poverty, promoting improved access to health care and advancing women's equality as they do for family planning or abortion rights in no way diminishes their commitment to those rights.
Between 2000 and 2001, AAWE surveyed these women about their views on, and experiences with, various reproductive health issues.
In response, AAWE launched the "Healthy Vagina Project" to educate women about the negative health effects of douching and advocate greater publicity for this information, such as on douching product's labels.
Since the AAWE was generally composed of evaluators with roots in rehabilitation facilities, the natural gravitation for recognition toward a national organization would be to a group concerned with like concepts and philosophies.
The AAWE upon its acceptance as a provisional division in NRA in 1967 began to habilitate itself into the Vocational Evaluation and Work Adjustment Association.
The full study is available on the AAWE website, wine-economics.