ANA

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ANAAnaheim (Amtrak station code; Anaheim, CA)
ANAAmerican Nurses Association
ANAAnaheim Angels (baseball team)
ANAAfghan National Army
ANAAll Nippon Airways (Japanese airline company & ICAO code)
ANAAnalog
ANAAnorexia
ANAAmerican Numismatic Association
ANAanesthesia
ANAA New Approach (womens clothing brand)
ANAaverage net assets
ANAAdministración Nacional de Aduanas (Spanish: National Customs Administration; Argentina)
ANAArmy and Navy Academy
ANAAssociation of National Advertisers
ANAAgencia Nacional de Aguas (Brazil)
ANAAntinuclear Antibody
ANAAlsace Nord Athlétisme (French: Northern Alsace Athletics; Alsace, France)
ANAAnaphylaxis
ANAAnnual National Assessment (South Africa)
ANAAdministration de la Navigation Aérienne (French: Administration of Air Navigation; Luxembourg)
ANAAssociation of Nigerian Authors
ANAAssociation of Naval Aviation
ANAActive Network Abstraction (Cisco)
ANAAthens News Agency
ANAAtkins Nutritional Approach (weight control)
ANAAssociazione Nazionale Alpini (Italy; National Organization of Mountain Police)
ANAAustralian Natives Association
ANAAutomatic Network Analyzer
ANAAmerican Neurological Association
ANAAnaphylactoid
ANAAdministration for Native Americans (US Government)
ANAAppraisers National Association
ANAArizona Newspapers Association
ANAActive Network Abstraction
ANAAdaptive Network Architecture
ANAand with Accumulator
ANAa Non Acronym
ANAAlliance for Nuclear Accountability
ANAAuthorised Neutral Athlete (Russian athletic category)
ANAAnticardiolipin Antibody
ANAAeroportos e Navegação Aérea (Portuguese Airports)
ANAAcoustic Neuroma Association
ANAAnguilla National Alliance
ANAAmerican Nutraceutical Association
ANAAmerican National Anthem
ANAArticle Number Association
ANAAntinuclear Antibodies Test
ANAAutomatic Number Announcement
ANAAnnual Needs Assessment
ANAAmerican Nyckelharpa Association
ANAAmerican Negro Academy
ANAArchives Network of Alberta (database)
ANAAssociation des Naturalistes de l'Ariège (French: Ariege Association of Naturalists; Ariege, France)
ANAActive Network Architecture
ANAAir Force/Navy/Army
ANAAsociacion Nuestros Ahijados (Antigua, Guatemala, Central America)
ANAAl-Noor Academy (Massachusetts)
ANAAverage Number of Ancestors
ANAAsociacion Nacional Automovilistica (Spanish: National Automobile Association; Mexico)
ANAAdvanced Nursing Assistant
ANAAlabama Nurserymen's Association
ANAAdvanced Networks Applications
ANAAdvanced Network Analyst
ANAAppropriated but Not Authorized (Army Budget)
ANAAdiabatic Nuclei Approximation
ANAATC Network Administrator
ANAAnother New Acronym
ANAAutoshift Neutral Actuator
ANAAmazon Nation Alliance
ANAAnne Noonan and Associates (Gatineau, QB, Canada)
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It amends existing law to reauthorize two federal Native American language programs at the Administration for Native Americans until 2024, expand eligibility for those programs to smaller-sized Tribal language programs, and allow both programs to offer longer grant periods.
Department of Health and Human Services' Administration for Native Americans. The grant award will be directed toOklahoma's Native Americansthrough a three-pronged approach.
ACF's Administration for Native Americans (ANA) is awarding approximately $4.4 million in new grants to preserve Native American language and culture.
Administration for Native Americans from 1995 to 2000.
Administration for Native Americans in partnership with the Navajo
Chapters are organized by funding agency: (1) Administration on Children, Youth and Families (child care, child welfare services, Head Start, runaway and homeless youth); (2) Administration for Native Americans; (3) Administration on Developmental Disabilities; (4) Office of Child Support Enforcement; (5) Office of Community Services (community economic development grants, food and nutrition, empowerment zones, family violence prevention, job opportunities, home energy assistance, Native employment preference); and (6) Office of Community Services and Office of Family Assistance (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families [TANF]).
Senators Tom Udall (D-N.M) vice chairman of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, Catherine Cortez Masto (D-Nev.), and Jon Tester (D-Mont.) sent a letter to Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Alex Azar calling on him to explain why HHS removed vital health care resources for Tribal communities from its Office of Minority Health and Administration for Native Americans (ANA) websites.
It amends existing law to reauthorize two federal Native American language programs at the Administration for Native Americans until 2024, expands eligibility for those programs to smaller-sized tribal language programs, and allows both programs to offer longer grant periods.
Tester noted the Administration for Native Americans within the Department of Health and Human Services issues grants to tribes in order to protect languages from disappearing.
The Native Youth Initiative for Leadership, Empowerment, and Development (I-LEAD), funded by the Administration for Native Americans, at the Department of Health and Human Services Administration for Children and Families, awarded nearly $1.4 million to Alaska, American Samoa, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Washington to support the Administrations Generation Indigenous (Gen-I) initiativeVisit disclaimer page, which focuses on improving the lives of and opportunities for Native youth.
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