ARASA

AcronymDefinition
ARASAAIDS and Rights Alliance for Southern Africa (Windhoek, Namibia)
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C., o en Sagunto en un fragmento aparecido en el Hort del Convent de la Trinitat (Arasa, 1998: 217)
The AIDS and Rights Alliance for Southern Africa (Arasa) is a partnership of 106 civil society organisations working together to promote a human rights based response to HIV and TB in southern and east Africa.
HIREM is the new and completely updated version of the MNEQA model (Numerical Emission Model for Air Quality) (Ortega et al., 2009; Arasa et al., 2012) developed by our research group.
Arasa, Arte Contextual: Intervenciones en el Espacio Publico (pp, 15-77).
Los pormenores del hallazgo de la pieza de La Moleta dels Frares (Castellon) estan recogidos por E Arasa (1987a: 18-23, lam.
[7] Javier Alda y Josep Arasa, Encyclopedia of Optical Engineering, pp.999-1011, Taylor & Francis Group, Londres (2003).
'It is unthinkable that the champion for maternal and child health is someone known for defying evidence-based health interventions and for denying lifesaving prevention of mother-to-child HIV transmission (PMTCT) interventions for mothers and their infants,' said AIDS and Rights Alliance of Southern Africa (ARASA).
The bag targets ''Arasa,'' or women around the age 30 and is priced at 14,000 yen.