CEPAT

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CEPATContinuing Education Programme in Agricultural Technology
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(60) For example, with the help of volunteer workers and donations from all over Indonesia, Aksi Cepat Tanggap (action for swift response, act) erected the barracks for the camp in Blang Adoe.
And inspire is what she did as keynote speaker and Lifetime Achievement awardee at the Centre for Pharmaceutical Advancement and Training (CePAT) Honours, held in Accra, Ghana, earlier this year.
In addition, fund transfers through the National Clearing System (SKNBI) currently take advantage of a close-to-real-time fund transfer system known as "Si Kilat" (Sistem Kliring Kini Lebih Cepat).
Indeed, by way of stressing the point that their marriage is blissful, the conclusion of the story has Nina bear twins, which are then shortly followed by yet another pregnancy, a pregnancy which has her father-in-law observe in glee "Begitu cepat! Hebat juga anak lelakinya" (so close!
[20.] Purwono, R., and Tavio, Evaluasi Cepat Sistem Rangka Pemikul Momen Tahan Gempa, ITS Press, Surabaya, September 2007.
Kusmayadi, the Coordinator for Aksi Cepat Tanggap's (Fast Response Action) Emergency Response Team that had been in Lombok since the first earthquake, on Wednesday, August 8, reported that the number of casualties was more than 381 due to the second destructive earthquake.
The coordinator of the MRI Jakarta chapter, Robi Andriana, said donations collected at the rally will be given to the Jakarta-based humanitarian body Aksi Cepat Tanggap (ACT) to help Palestinians.
With facilities in India, China, Brazil, Switzerland, Ethiopia and Ghana, the breadth of services that USP provides touches almost every individual around the world--from continued collaboration with the Food and Drug Administration on its plans to respond to the challenges of globalization, to partnering with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) in curtailing the spread of counterfeit and substandard drugs in more than 35 countries, to training pharmaceutical and regulatory professionals in Sub-Saharan Africa through the Center for Pharmaceutical Advancement and Training (CePAT), launched in May 2013.
The visitors may expect so many innovations presented by the SOEs, such as military products and Anoa tank by PT Pindad, ships manufactured by PT PAL, a mock-up of the high-speed train of PT Kereta Cepat Indonesia China, and the flying simulators by PT Dirgantara Indonesia, to name a few.