ANDAH

AcronymDefinition
ANDAHAssociation Nationale des Agro-Professionels Haitiens
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Andah, speaking at the Ghana Digital Roadmap event last week, said it should be possible for the government to explore revenue opportunities in the mobile money ecosystem, suggesting that the mobile money companies should brace up for possible taxation.
His daughter Jani Anak Andah also learned this craft from her father and recently his granddaughter has also started to show an interest in pottery making.
While they do not exclusively target low-income people, their business is by and large microfinance orientated because the majority of the population in their service areas can be classified as low income (Basu, Blavy, and Yulek, 2004; Steel and Andah, 2008).
It will be held under the theme: "Access to Financial Services - Reaching the Ex cluded", the Executive Secretary of the Ghana Microfinance Institutions Network ( GHAMFIN), Dr David Obu Andah, announced at a press briefing in Accra on Monday.
Another Filipino, Marcello Andah, 53, said he had been accused of obstructing traffic several times and fined.
Andah, Nigeria's Indigenous Technology (Ibadan, 1992), 34-35.
Betty Andah and Robert Hinson, (Scancom Ghana Ltd and Department of Marketing & CRM, University of Ghana Business School).
Thurstan Shaw, Paul Sinclair, Bassey Andah, and Alex Okpoko (London: Routledge, 1992), 624.
1993 "Coast-interior Settlements and Social Relations in the Kenya Coastal Hinterland." In The Archaeology of Africa: Foods, Metals, and Towns, edited by Thurstan Shaw, Paul Sinclair, Bassey Andah and Alex Okpoko and contributors, London: Routledge.
The National Aquaculture Association of Honduras (ANDAH) said that during 2000 Honduras exported 27 million pounds of shrimp, generating US$130 million in foreign exchange.