AWWS

AcronymDefinition
AWWSAviation Weather Web Site
AWWSAdobe Web Workgroup Server (software)
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Among AWWs, 86.63% and 91.28% were able to give correct response to right age of marriage and ideal child norm respectively.
Results: The mean age of AWWs was 40.9 [+ or -] 8.3 years.
Results: The main reasons behind inadequate efforts made by mothers in nutritional management of their children were the following: sporadic nutrition and health education given by AWWs at Anganwadi centers (AWCs) and homes to mothers leading to a lack of nutritional knowledge (p < 0.05) and inadequate treatment-seeking behavior toward malnourished children (47.5%) and the poverty causing mothers to work outside home (p < 0.05).
"Apart from making the meals under the scheme, AWWs like Meshram are also keeping a record of the weight and immunisation schedule of the infants," he added.
"Buttons is a good one for Paul to start in Aberdeen with, because he's got a lot of double act stuff with me, but also a lot of unrequited love stuff with Cinderella where he can play up to the audience and get all the 'awws'.
Implementation of implementation of Integrated Management of Childhood Illness (IMNCI) in an effective way in any district would be possible only with the total involvement of AWWs of ICDS, and other grassroots functionaries of other sectors.
'All my bags are packed / I'm ready to go.' Upon realizing that she was singing 'Leaving on a Jet Plane,' the cheers dissolved into awws. And then it was quiet.
Nothing to worry about though, his big brown eyes and soulful stare are enough to melt your heart and draw out the "awws."
Still, the "awws" inspired by that kitty-cat somewhat make up for the film's 'pawcity' of guffaws.