CHD

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AcronymDefinition
CHDCoronary Heart Disease
CHDConsolidated Help Desk
CHDChild (air ticket tariff category)
CHDCongenital Heart Disease
CHDCamp Happy Days (South Carolina)
CHDCenter for Health Design (Concord, CA)
CHDConsumer Health Digest (newsletter)
CHDCommunity Health Division (various locations)
CHDCounty Health Department
CHDCommon Hepatic Duct (liver)
CHDCampaign for Human Development
CHDCanine Hip Dysplasia
CHDChained Directory
CHDCompare Host Data
CHDChange Directory
CHDChange Destination
CHDCommon Home Directory
CHDChromodomain Helicase DNA-Binding (protein family)
CHDChild Health Day (various locations)
CHDCalifornia Human Development
CHDCard Holder Data (financial record)
CHDCentre Hospitalier Départemental (French: departmental general hospital)
CHDCommunity Help Desk (various locations)
CHDCompressed Hard Disk
CHDCancer Health Disparity
CHDCenter for Hearing and Deafness (University of Buffalo; Buffalo, NY)
CHDCalifornia Harley Davidson (motorcycles)
CHDCentre Hospitalier de Dunkerque (French: Dunkirk Hospital Center; Dunkirk, France)
CHDCentre for Human Development (Rajasthan, India)
CHDCatalytic Hydrodesulfurization (process)
CHDChildren's Home of Detroit (Grosse Pointe Woods, MI)
CHDCatering & Hospitality Database
CHDCounty Health Director
CHDCentre d'Histoire du Droit (French: Legal History Center; University of Rennes; Rennes, France)
CHDChicago Hittite Dictionary Project
CHDCompressed Hunk of Data
CHDCivil Homeland Defense Corps (Tombstone, AZ)
CHDCargo Handling Detachment
CHDCargo Helicopter Division
CHDCorrectional Holding Detachment
CHDConstricted Double-Heterojunction
CHDCongenital Hip Displacement/Dislocation
CHDChandler Municipal Airport, Chandler, Arizona, USA (Airport Code)
CHDClick Here Dummy
CHDChisel Type Dressers (Spectra Diamond Tools)
CHDCertified Head Doctor
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It is the Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD) through which the bishops--or, more generally and more importantly, the laity who fund the campaign--have made a unique contribution to combating poverty in the United States.
The Campaign for Human Development (renamed the Catholic Campaign for Human Development [CCHD] in 1998) has had numerous supporters over the years, but it also has had numerous critics.
bishops' Catholic Campaign for Human Development, resulting in some bishops declining to participate.
The money was raised during the annual collection for the Catholic Campaign for Human Development, which was held in diocesan churches last fall.
Formerly, he served as executive director of the Catholic Campaign for Human Development and as special assistant for faith-based outreach at the U.
Editor's note: The author argues that the Campaign for Human Development, founded in 1969, is U.
Inside the conference, the bishops voted to establish a national Catholic crusade against poverty, the Campaign for Human Development, committing the church to raise a fund of $50 million "over the next several years.
And, this September, an archdiocese-related program called the Catholic Campaign for Human Development dropped its five-year support for Street Roots, a nonprofit newspaper sold on the streets to help Portland's homeless population.
The members of the Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD) are working--however imperfectly--to live the challenging values of the gospel.
The local Catholic Campaign for Human Development is seeking grant applications from food pantries, emergency assistance programs, and other advocacy and education organizations.
Congregation-based community organizing is the fastest growing form of organizing in the country, according to Doug Lawson of the Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD).
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