CPFI

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AcronymDefinition
CPFICentral Port Fuel Injection
CPFICentre du Patrimoine de la Facture Instrumentale (French music heritage center)
CPFIChristian Pharmacists Fellowship International (Blountville, TN)
CPFICivil Protection Financial Instrument (EU)
CPFICycle Polo Federation of India (est. 1966)
CPFIChest Pain for Investigation
CPFICentre Permanent de Formation Individualisée (French: Permanent Individualized Training Center)
CPFICentromere Promoter Factor I
CPFIColorado Plateau Field Institute (Price, UT)
CPFICardiopulmonary Flow Index (cardiology)
CPFICollaborative Planning Forecasting Information
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Description : The Civil Protection Financial Instrument supports and complements the efforts of Member States for the protection, primarily of people, but also of the environment and property, including cultural heritage, in the event of natural and man-made
The Civil Protection Financial Instrument is thus designed to ensure a visible expression of European solidarity towards countries affected by major emergencies by facilitating the provision of assistance through the mobilisation of Member States' intervention.
The Civil Protection Financial Instrument will finance studies, surveys, modelling and scenario building to facilitate the sharing of knowledge.
The MSB (Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency) and the Norwegian DSB (Directorate for Civil Protection and Emergency Planning) jointly planned and held the exercise which received funding from the EU Civil Protection Financial Instrument.
The new Civil Protection Financial Instrument, adopted on 5 March 2007, replaced the old generation of Programmes and will run until 2013.
Indeed, two texts were adopted this year: the new civil protection financial instrument and the regulation establishing the legal framework for an updated mechanism.
The new Civil Protection Financial Instrument replaces the old generation of programmes.
The new Civil Protection Financial Instrument will finance studies, surveys, modelling and scenario building to facilitate the sharing of knowledge.