ACFODE

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ACFODEAction for Development (Uganda)
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Wijnstroom helped establish IFLA's Action for Development through Libraries Programme (now the IFLA Library Development Programme; www.ifla.org/ldp).
The resolutions drafted for the meetings by Pakistan for discussion and consensus will devise further course of action for development in region, the minister remarked.
Reports added that manifesto addresses challenges faced by the country today and expounds PML-N's plan of action for development of the country.
She informed that the party manifesto would be unveiled on July 5 and the PML-N would expound its plan of action for development of the country.
She said that the party manifesto would be unveiled on July 5 and the PML-N would expound its plan of action for development of the country.
scope: PROJECT ID 108453 PROJECT STATUS Active DURATION 36 months IDRC OFFICER Melanie Robertson TOTAL FUNDING CA$ 1,001,800 COUNTRY(S) India PROJECT LEADER Rohit Magotra INSTITUTION Integrated Research and Action for Development
The initiative of UNDP and the Government of Uzbekistan on the development of international trade to increase incomes and create jobs is carried out in accordance with the Strategy of Action for Development of Uzbekistan in 2017-2021, as well as with the global activities of UNDP to assist countries in achieving Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Chahed, who is paying a working visit to the governorate of Beja on head of a ministerial delegation composed of the Ministers of Agriculture, State Properties and Equipment, said that his visit is part of the government's action for development.
High on the agenda of the meeting is The Ten Year S&T Plan of Action for Development of Science and Technology in OIC states prepared by COMSTECH in consultations with eminent scientists from 20 Member States.
Due to limited space we could not cover Women's Action for Development, Gender Links, Women's Health Network and many other women's organisations doing important work in our communities.
Namibia Breweries Limited (NBL) recently conducted another session of DRINKiQ training at the Women's Action for Development (WAD) workshop that focused on domestic violence and responsible drinking.
I have been greatly inspired by Mariana Matoso, chief executive of Reignite Action for Development, with whom I worked last summer.
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