ANF

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AcronymDefinition
ANFAustralian Nursing Federation
ANFAbercrombie and Fitch (stock symbol)
ANFAllegheny National Forest (Pennsylvania)
ANFAuditory Nerve Fiber
ANFAtrial Natriuretic Factor
ANFAnte-Nicene Fathers (collection of early Christrian writings)
ANFAl-Noor Foundation (Pakistan)
ANFAmerican Nurses Foundation
ANFAngeles National Forest (California)
ANFAssessing the New Federalism
ANFAmerican Nicaraguan Foundation
ANFApalachicola National Forest (Florida)
ANFAssociation d'Entraide de la Noblesse Française (French: French Nobility Aid Association)
ANFAdditional Network Feature
ANFAnti Nuclear Factor
ANFAlpha-Naphthoflavone
ANFAlgebraic Normal Form
ANFAccredo Nova Factor, Inc. (Memphis, TN)
ANFAnti-Narcotic Force (Pakistan)
ANFAgreed Negotiated Fee
ANFAntofagasta, Chile - Cerro Moreno (Airport Code)
ANFArrival Notification Form
ANFAtlantic Nuclear Force
ANFAdvanced Nuclear Fuel(s)
ANFAutomatic Number Forwarding
ANFAmerica Needs Fatima
ANFAppletalk Networking Forum
ANFAmerica Needs Farmers
ANFAssociation Niçoise Féline (French: Nice Feline Association; Nice, France)
ANFAgent Naming Facility
ANFArmy News Features
ANFActive Notch Filter
ANFActinide Nitride Fuel
ANFAlaskan NORAD Flight
ANFArbitrary-Node Failure
ANFAccounts Number File
ANFAdvanced Network Facilities (France)
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"Children's Eligibility for Public Programs: National and State Estimates." Assessing the New Federalism, policy brief B-41, March.
"Extending Medicaid to Parents: An Incremental Strategy for Reducing the Number of Uninsured." Assessing the New Federalism, policy brief B-20.
The project, "Assessing the New Federalism," will monitor, document, analyze, and report on changing trends in health, income security, social services, and job training in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
As part of the "Assessing the New Federalism" project monitoring and assessing the devolution of social programs from the federal to the state and local levels, this study explored how much help employed families get with child care expenses and the types of help they receive.
As part of the "Assessing the New Federalism" project monitoring and assessing the devolution of social programs from the federal to the state and local levels, this report examines the child care providers upon whom the child care subsidy system depends.
Information comes from interviews with state and local child care administrators and key experts and from focus groups with caseworkers, parents, and providers in 12 Assessing the New Federalism states.
Since 1997, Texas and 12 other states from the Assessing the New Federalism study have implemented many changes in social safety net services.
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