is the result, with a goal of putting dollars and cents on the practices' farm and environmental benefits.
Claudia Ryan, LCSW, CEAP
, is the Senior Counselor for Bon Secours Richmond EAP.
In separate statements, the Cotabato City-based IAG and the CEAP
, which groups together 1,252 colleges and universities nationwide, both noted that the BBL was reflective of the spirit of the Comprehensive Agreement on the Bangsamoro (CAB), the 2014 peace agreement between the government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front.
The panel-organized by the Soil and Water Conservation Society-believes CEAP
creates a window of opportunity for a strategic approach to conservation.
aims to develop peace advocates by providing formation sessions and transitional cash assistance to underprivileged youth in Marawi and the rest of the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM).
In fact, we still coordinate with each other in relation to the new films that are about to be released,' insisted Annie Naval, CEAP
"Our association, CEAP
would like to express our whole-hearted support and participation for the film festival.
At the same time, a sub-analysis of clinical characteristics in relation to CEAP
class showed that patients with more severe clinical presentation, classified in CEAP
class C4, C5, and C6, were significantly older (P < 0.0001), more frequently males (39.05 vs 27.77%, P=0.0084), more prone to present ulcers (P< 0.0001) and local hyperthermia (P=0.019), and presented for endovenous phlebectomy after a longer time from the onset of symptoms compared to those in CEAP
class C1, C2 or C3 (Table 2).
As Diwa and CEAP
continue to seek more opportunities to work together to upgrade the status of teachers in our society, the Diwa Leaders in Education Scholarship Program was launched in line with Diwa's 35th year celebration.
, has more than 1,484 member-schools located in the 17 regions of the country.
Some of it is conducted as part of the ARS Conservation Effects Assessment Project (CEAP
) Watershed Assessment Study, which involves more than 60 ARS scientists, plus additional technical support staff, working in 14 benchmark watersheds at 12 ARS locations.
That tradition of letting data help drive program policy is being enhanced by changes in the National Resources Inventory (NRI) program and the roll-out of data and analyses from the Conservation Effects Assessment Project (CEAP