CEDAC

AcronymDefinition
CEDACCanadian Expert Drug Advisory Committee
CEDACCommunity Economic Development Assistance Corporation (Boston, MA)
CEDACCambodian Center for Study and Development in Agriculture
CEDACCause and Effect Diagram with Addition of Cards
CEDACCommunity and Economic Development Advisory Committee (various locations)
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Boston is lucky to have strong lending partners like CEDAC and LISC who are joining us in fighting displacement by making housing more affordable to neighborhood residents.
Acquisition Fund: A combined $8 million fund, using money contributed by the City, CEDAC, and LISC, will provide quick approval for low interest rate acquisition financing with longer terms to acquire sites and plan for future development.
e) To utilise Barkley's & Saylor's methodology "Customer Driven Project Management" extended by the tools and methods of quality management and quality engineering CEDAC and Kano.
The detail of the time-factor monitoring in the project using CEDAC Diagram extended of monitoring of planned and real value is shown in Figure 2.
Dr Koma explains how CEDAC development of SRI is expanding in Cambodia: 'There were around 17 000 farmers in 2004 and the area is about 5000 ha, which is very small if compared to the total rice cultivated area of the country (around two million ha).
For its 'Project on Global Marketing Partnership for SRI, CEDAC was jointly given the prestigious International SEED (Supporting Entrepreneur for Environment and Development) award, with the CIIFAD and farmers' organisations in Madagascar and Sri Lanka.
project to convert the former high school into a 66-unit development and community center for seniors, according to a press release from CEDAC.
CEDAC also approved renovations of a former school in Dorchester and a 4-acre site in Easthampton into affordable housing complexes.
The Timken Company, Bucyrus bearing plant - two-line CEDAC team
Since 1999, the Cambodian NGO CEDAC (Centre d'Etude et de Developpement Agricole Cambodgien) has promoted sustainable rice cultivation following the principles of Systematic Rice Intensification (SRI), emphasizing farmers learning how to grow healthy root systems by transplanting seedlings from the nursery at a younger age and planting the seedlings farther apart in a more disciplined pattern reducing the use of external inputs.
As part of CEDAC, a public/private agency that offers support to nonprofit community development agencies throughout the state, CWC's mission is to provide technical assistance to the men and women who are critically important to developing the workforce pipeline.
Awareness of rice-seed selection was limited among farmers in the Kingdom, despite the importance of the issue, Yang Saing Koma, president of the agricultural association CEDAC, said.