CHEFA

AcronymDefinition
CHEFAConnecticut Health and Educational Facilities Authority
CHEFAChristian Home Educators of Fresno Area (Fresno, CA)
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A partir de 2012, beneficiou-se de fluxos migratorios internacionais, segundo informa a chefa de pessoal da empresa, responsavel pela insercao desses imigrantes.
Out of two zones, three potential districts, 20% from Gubalafto, 15% from Sayint, and 10% interviewees from Dewa Chefa, have been purposively selected based on their potential.
Although some studies were conducted on Chefa wetland, studies on importance of Typha latifolia and Cyperus plant species for making mattresses and supporting the livelihoods were lacking.
Tis study on socio-economic importance of mattresses made of Typha latifolia and Cyprus species of Chefa wetland is vital to show policy makers and planners to what extent these plants are contributing for livelihood of the poor, mainly women in Amrach and Santie Villages in Kemissie town to propose sustainable utilization of these resources and improve their income.
But Allegri is far more than a one-hit wonder, his Christus resurgens ex mortuis and the move-ments from the Missa Chefa oggi il mio sole as revelatory as was Anerio.
Non e l'uomo chefa qualcosa, ma il sacerdote fedele alla sua missione governa, nel senso che e il Sacramento, cioe mediante il Sacramento e Cristo stesso che governa, sia tramite l'Eucaristia che negli altri Sacramenti, e cosi sempre Cristo presiede.
According to the CHEFA underwriting manual, the goal of the authority is to provide the lowest reasonable cost for financing these projects through the use of tax-exempt or taxable debt.
Morris, assistant director of CHEFA, and David Wasch, government programs manager of CHEFA, visited Day Kimball Hospital to present a $75,000 grant check to Robert E.