CBEP

AcronymDefinition
CBEPCooperative Biological Engagement Program (US DoD)
CBEPCommunity-Based Environmental Protection (US EPA)
CBEPCasco Bay Estuary Partnership (Portland, ME)
CBEPCasco Bay Estuary Project (Portland, ME)
CBEPCareer Builder Express Program
CBEPCommunity-Based Environmental Program
CBEPChild Benefit Extension Period (UK)
CBEPCommunity-Based Education Project (various locations)
CBEPCommunity-Based Employment Program
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Chamalang Beneficiary Education Program (CBEP) is one of the largest social sector development programmes in Baluchistan, being supervised by Pakistan Army.
Components of CBEP are government or public-private partnership infrastructure projects, social infrastructure such as livelihood and self-employment undertakings or projects, and emergency response income support projects.
A center of excellence would be established in South Africa, where an initial, low-level capability within the construct of CBEP would be developed for the purpose of taking advantage of the country's role in nonproliferation measures to influence other countries.
To run this programme, the army is collecting funds from the Chamalang Coal Mines Project where every metric tonne extracted is bringing not only shares to the local tribes of Lunis and Marris, but also sizeable taxes to the provincial and federal governments, besides Rs 470 per metric tonne to the CBEP. The programme's current cost is about Rs 73.38 million per year.
The greatest area of eelgrass is found in Casco Bay, particularly the northern region, where it appears to be at or near its maximum areal distribution covering much of the lower intertidal and shallow subtidal areas (Neckles et al., 2005; CBEP (10)).
In 1994, senior leadership in Washington initiated the Community-Based Environmental Protection (CBEP) strategy across the agency.
Opal at the Center for Biodefense and Emerging Pathogens (CBEP) at the Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island, who serves as Principal Investigator in this anthrax study.
We extend this review to a parallel, although less visible, attempt by the agency over the last several years to promote Community-based Environmental Protection (CBEP).
* Over 4300 Baloch as well as Pashtun students are studying in various educational institutions of Pakistan through a programme known as Chamalang Balochistan Education Programme (CBEP).
Following the consensus resolution of the Chamalang Coal Mines dispute under Pak Army, an education programme namely, the Chamalang Beneficiaries Education Programme (CBEP) was organised by the Southern Command of Pak Army.
He said that CBEP was launched aimed at provide quality education to the poor students of the province, adding students from 12 Baloch dominated districts and 6 district with Pashtun majority have been enrolled.