ADH

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ADHAlcohol Dehydrogenase
ADHAutomatic Data Handling
ADHAdhesive
ADHAntidiuretic Hormone
ADHAdhesion (advertising)
ADHArkansas Department of Health
ADHAllgemeiner Deutscher Hochschulsportverband (German: General German University Sports Federation)
ADHAldehyde Dehydrogenase
ADHAccidental Damage from Handling (insurance coverage option for a computer)
ADHAktion Deutschland Hilft (German: Germany's Relief Association)
ADHAtypical Ductal Hyperplasia
ADHApplication Dialogue Handler
ADHAdd High
ADHAverage Delay Till Handling
ADHAanbevolen Dagelijkse Hoeveelheid (Dutch)
ADHAntidiuretisches Hormon (German: Antidiuretisches Hormon)
ADHAldan (Russia)
ADHAcademic Department Head (Malaysia)
ADHAssociation des Directeurs d'Hôpital (French: Hospital Managers Association)
ADHArizona Department of Health
ADHAustralian Dermatological Hospital
ADHAction Dignite Humaine (French: Human Dignity Action)
ADHAdvanced Double Hull (naval architecture)
ADHAdvanced Development Hardware
ADHAssistant Department Head
ADHAverage Delay to Handle (CRM and call centers)
ADHAutomated Document Handling
ADHAngaston & District Hospital (Australia)
ADHAlden House
ADHAxially Displaced Hyperbola (antenna)
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Looking at both the social challenges and the opportunities arising from the refugee crisis in Germany in 2015, Deutsche Post DHL Group launched a refugee aid initiative in collaboration with non-profit organizations such as Aktion Deutschland Hilft, SOS Children's Villages, Stiftung Lesen and Teach First Deutschland.
Most prominent are the bright red GI sheetroofed, progressive core shelters built by Order of Malta Philippines in cooperation with Malteser International, Malta's worldwide relief corps, and funded by Aktion Deutschland Hilft (Germany's Relief Coalition).
In addition, Calderon was criticized for his delay in accepting assistance from foreign governments and international organizations like Medicins Sans Frontieres (MSF), the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), and Germany's Aktion Deutschland Hilft. Among the countries offering aid were Cuba, Venezuela, Guatemala, Peru, the US, Nicaragua, and Switzerland.
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