AWAC

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AcronymDefinition
AWACAlcoa World Alumina and Chemicals
AWACAirborne Warning and Control
AWACAnthony Wayne Area Council (Indiana)
AWACAir Wisconsin Airlines Corporation (Appleton, WI)
AWACAnimal Welfare Advisory Committee
AWACAllied World Assurance Company Ltd
AWACAnimal Welfare Advisory Council
AWACAbused Women and Children (Arkadelphia, AR)
AWACAudio Waveform Amplifier and Converter
AWACAdvanced Warning Audit Control (knowledge-based mechanized security audit program for Unix platforms)
AWACAfghanistan Without a Clue (blog)
AWACAdvanced Wine Assessment Course (Australia)
AWACAdvanced World Aerobatics Championship
AWACAfrican World Artists Collective
AWACAlabama World Affairs Council
AWACAcolytes Without A Cause (gaming clan)
AWACAcoustic Doppler Wave & Current Profiler
AWACAlain Winandy Assessoria e Consultoria (Portugese)
AWACAlumoweld-Aluminum Conductor (Alcoa, power transmission)
AWACAmateur with A Camera
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It is difficult to comprehend why an elected politician would publicly rubbish the committed workforce of charitable organisations that strive to support abused women and children.
Are the residents of Cardiff happy that the Deputy Leader of Cardiff Council is publicly criticising charitable organisations that provide refuge to abused women and children? I appreciate that a minority of women abuse men, but come on, should the Deputy Leader of Cardiff Council take to his Twitter account and rubbish the reputations of well respected agencies?
On October 26, 2006, he will be honored at the Center Against Domestic Violence's 30th Anniversary Gala Dinner for his farsighted leadership that significantly expanded the Center's services for abused women and children in need.
Under his leadership, the Center opened a third shelter for abused women and children, enabling the Center to help women throughout the city.
Tumelong's programs include the produce farm, a health care clinic, AIDS hospice, home care, non-residential orphans haven, nutrition program, a number of income-generating projects, a crisis center for abused women and children operated out of the local police station and a youth centre for at-risk adolescents.
These include an Aids hospice, orphanage, vegetable farm, and a centre for abused women and children.
More than a decade ago, when Congress established a fund to provide financial compensation to crime victims, it no doubt intended to aid society's least powerful members, especially abused women and children. It probably did not intend to help the likes of Hussein Barmil, a New York fugitive on the lam from the FBI.