CSSW

AcronymDefinition
CSSWChildren's Service Society of Wisconsin (Wauwatosa, WI)
CSSWCharitable Society for Social Welfare
CSSWConference on Social Semantic Web
CSSWCertificated Surveyor in Structural Waterproofing
CSSWCatholic Social Services of Wayne County (Michigan)
CSSWCertified School Social Worker
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CSSW director-general Dr Abdel-Wasei al-Wasiei echoed the statement of al-Dailami saying that "QRCS has a prominent role in various aspects of humanitarian relief across Yemen."
"We in CSSW are proud of being partners with QRCS in many projects, which have a positive impact on the beneficiaries and society at large," he noted.
Al-Wasei said the CSSW distributed 700 food packages to the displaced people and it will distribute tents, mattresses, and kitchen tools on Sunday.
Speaking to the Yemen Times, CSSW manager Nasser Murei said that the majority of displaced persons have not been offered aid so far.
Al-Aqel praised the aid provided by the QCS as well as the efforts of the CSSW in alleviating the suffering of the province's people who has experienced a real humanitarian tragedy after the destruction of their homes and forced to displace their towns.
Assistant general manager of the CSSW, Yahya Al-Daba said that this aid is a practical representation of the real partnership between civil society and the state.
Abdulamjid Farhan general secretary of CSSW welcomed the guests and trainees from all governorates and commended the cooperation with the combating malaria program saying that it has yielded good results in the past.
Saeed Al-Kamel head of the health sector at CSSW and the general supervisor of the course hoped that with complete cooperation from everyone Yemen will soon become a malaria free country.
In Sana'a, the UNHCR has three main partners, the Interaction Development Foundation (IDF), the Charitable Society for Social Welfare (CSSW), and Al-Takamul Association for Development.
28 -- The children of internally displaced persons living in the war-torn governorate of Sa'ada suffer from diarrhea, acute respiratory infection and malnutrition, according to a recent study carried out by the Charitable Society for Social Welfare (CSSW) in cooperation with the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) last June.
Established in 1990 as a non-profit NGO, The FDS was previously a branch of the Charitable Society for Social Welfare (CSSW).