CSOS


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AcronymDefinition
CSOSCenter for Social Organization of Schools
CSOSControlled Substances Ordering System (US DEA)
CSOSCentral States Orthopedic Specialists (Oklahoma)
CSOSCompany Share Option Scheme (various organizations)
CSOSCalifornia School of Organizational Studies
CSOSCypress School of Skating (Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada)
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While acknowledging the CSOs' contributions to social development, Sar Kheng took issue with claims of restriction on their activities.
Speaking at the signing ceremony, the Program Manager of FORUM SYD Liberia Asa David Chon said the process is intended to buttress the efforts of CSOs in the Country.
"It would be nice if we had the people and the groups representing their interests in planning and formulation," said Belmonte, who spent three days meeting with around 4,000 CSOs from different districts in Quezon City.
'As Malaysia practices democracy, CSOs are free to express their views and issue any statements of concern.
Section 40A does not bestow upon the NCTC powers to receive reports or approve CSOs' PCVE work.
Douglas Quartey, Development Consultant and Author of Ghana CSO Sustainability Index report, said the dependency of CSOs on foreign donors without a frame work for local support was a major challenge.
For their part, the Senate committee on finance and House committee on appropriations would schedule one hearing day for the presentation of the positions of accredited CSOs on the budget.
The CSOs made the call in a joint statement at the summit which ran from March 18 to 22, in Ghana.
Dr Baloch said that the Sindh EPI was keen to engage CSOs to support them in increasing equitable immunisation coverage in the province by addressing missed children, particularly in urban slums and hard-to-reach areas.
Yet despite reports to Facebook showing the multiple locations of it being shared as well as its originally spotted source, the group of CSOs has pointed out that these posts have not been removed and are still public.
(2) 1 provide, however, a more in-depth overview of Japanese CSOs' involvement in the summitry process and I attempt to introduce views and voices of civil society actors to a greater extent than before, adding new empirical material to extant academic discourse.
Almost all CSOs worth the name are registered under enabling laws, and attempts to convert these laws into punitive mechanisms, to the detriment of the organisations registered under them, is not only a gross violation of the principle of natural justice, it is also contrary to the national interest.