AVSCAssociation for Voluntary Surgical Contraception
AVSCAudio Visual Services Corporation (Long Beach, CA)
AVSCAccess to Voluntary and Safe Contraception
AVSCAssociazione Veneta Scout Cattolici (Italian: Catholic Scout Association Veneto; Veneto, Italy)
AVSCAustralian Volleyball Schools Cup (Australia)
AVSCAudio Visual Support Center
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AVSC has also recently partnered with PesoPay, the largest online payment gateway provider in the Philippines, to provide a better, faster and safer checkout experience for customers who buy directly on their website.
AVSC International cites couples' financial hardship, hunger, and concerns for the health of their existing children and of the woman as reasons why those interviewed (in a broad-based study) chose vasectomy to cease childbearing.
The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RIGS) developed the Asset Valuation Standards Committee (AVSC) to study the issues.
Following its 1986 introduction in the United States, no-scalpel vasectomy (NSV) has been promoted by the Association for Voluntary Surgical Contraception International (AVSC) and acclaimed in the lay press[1] as well as in the medical literature.
AVSC International (formerly the Association for Voluntary Surgical Contraception), which provides women's health services and training throughout the developing world, will have to cut its list of 500,000 clients in half, and plans for 10 new family planning sites in Kenya will have to be cancelled.
Singh Committee ( AVSC) with regard to the command exit promotion policy.
"I'm a bit concerned over the sale or lack of interest in that area," admits Kurt, who founded the AVSC Austin Lions in 2010.
The new policy has been formulated on the basis of recommendations made by the Ajai Vikram Singh Committee (AVSC).
(162.) AVSC International, International Planned Parenthood Federation Western Hemisphere Region.
The globalization of HIV and AIDS during the past two decades has highlighted the importance of male sexual behavior and condom use in relation to the health of both partners (AVSC, 1999).
The no-scalpel vasectomy (NSV) technique was developed in 1974 by Shuniang Li, MD, of Sichuan Province, China.(1) Eight million NSV procedures were performed on Chinese men between 1974 and 1988.(2) The technique was unknown to physicians in the West until 1985, when a group of visiting physicians from the New York--based Association for Voluntary Surgical Contraception (AVSC) serendipitously viewed the procedure.
Singh Committee ( AVSC) on restructuring of the officer cadre of the Army.