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CWECommon Weakness Enumeration (trademark of MITRE Corporation)
CWEChina International Water & Electric Corp.
CWECooperative Work Experience
CWEComputational Wind Engineering (symposium)
CWECrossword Express
CWECenter for Worker Education (New York)
CWECenter for Women & Enterprise
CWECentral West Europe (region)
CWECold Water Extraction
CWECyber Warfare Engineer (US Navy)
CWEConsortium for Worker Education (New York)
CWECertified Wine Educator (Society of Wine Educators certification)
CWECollege Wood Elementary (Carmel, IN)
CWECollaborative Working Environment (Graz, Austria IAIK rural development)
CWECredit with Education (village banking approach)
CWECross Westchester Expressway (New York)
CWECollaborative Work Environment
CWECertified Welding Educator
CWEContinental Western Europe
CWEChampionship Wrestling Experience
CWECurrent Working Estimate
CWEChief Wage Earner
CWECarcass Weight Equivalent (-measurement of livestock production)
CWECommensurate With Experience
CWEConcert Wind Ensemble (various locations)
CWEConstruction for World Wide Evangelism Inc (Tampa, FL)
CWECold Weather Extreme (wind power industry)
CWECamping World East (car racing)
CWECode Word Error (computing)
CWECercle des Webmasters Engagés (French: Engaged Webmasters Circle)
CWEChips With Everything (UK Technology TV programme)
CWEColorado Wind Ensemble (Denver, CO)
CWECold Water Equivalent
CWECaution and Warning Electronics
CWECongestion Window Extrapolator
CWECertified Workforce Expert
CWECompensable Week Ending (Pennsylvania unemployment compensation)
CWEColorado Whitewater Expeditions
CWECar Wash Express (est. 2001; Colorado)
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Similar changes were reported among women who participated in a Credit with Education intervention implemented by a Freedom from Hunger project in Ghana [3].
[3.] MkNelly B and C Dunford Impact of Credit with Education on Mothers and their Young Children's Nutrition: Lower Pra Rural Bank Credit with Education Program in Ghana.
"Credit with Education" is a way to provide self-financing microfinance (or small-scale banking) to women, primarily in very poor rural areas, while at the same time providing education for business and family survival.
It was carried out in the Credit with Education program area of Kafo Jiginew, a Malian credit union federation, in March 1998.
The second field test of the tools was conducted with clients of the Credit with Education program of the Kafo Jiginew Savings and Credit Union of Southern Mali, one of the most successful credit union networks in West Africa.
The Kafo Jiginew office is staffed by a general manager, a manager of training, a program manager of the Credit with Education program for women, two accountants, two inspectors and various support staff.
Although a Credit with Education credit association has on average approximately 25 members, the association as a whole is counted as a single cooperative member because it maintains a single savings account with the local credit union cooperative.
Credit with Education programmes(Freedom from Hunger) operate with the assumption that an increase in income alone is unlikely to have a substantial impact on nutritional status unless key maternal and child health and nutrition behaviours are adopted.
In an impact study of Credit with Education programme in Lower Pra rural bank in Ghana, similar disparities in enterprise performance were noted and attributed it to differences in individual entrepreneurial abilities [11].
Freedom from Hunger's Credit with Education strategy assumes that income increases alone are unlikely to have substantial impact on food security and malnutrition unless key health and nutrition behaviours are adopted [11].
It describes a variant of village banking, called "Credit with Education," which was designed for the specific purpose of achieving food-and-security objectives.
Three rural banks were trained by Freedom from Hunger-Ghana (using their Credit with Education approach) through the ENAM project and now recognize the synergistic effect of nutrition education and microcredit.
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