DCHA

AcronymDefinition
DCHABureau for Democracy, Conflict and Humanitarian Assistance (USAID)
DCHADistrict of Columbia Housing Authority
DChADiploma in Charity Accounting (Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales)
DCHADevon and Cornwall Housing Association (UK; social housing)
DCHADelaware County Housing Authority (Pennsylvania)
DCHADouglas County Housing Authority (Omaha, NE)
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We are very proud to support the DCHA Bureau in its important mission, responding to international disasters and providing humanitarian assistance to at-risk populations around the world.
As part of the new program, Zipcar will place nine new car-sharing vehicles at DCHA locations for use by local residents.
We are very excited about this new opportunity to help revitalize another DC neighborhood," said DCHA Executive Director Adrianne Todman.
The largest landlord in the nation's capital, DCHA administers 8,000 public housing units and 11,000 units of Housing Choice Voucher Program housing.
Considered to be among the most progressive housing authorities across the country, the DCHA Department of Development and Modernization is investing in the latest IP video technology to meet the challenging security needs of low income housing complexes.
The summit is the first of a series of events that DCHA leadership is offering their public housing residents to help them succeed in life.
The DCHA Bureau provides technical leadership and expertise in coordinating USAID's democracy programs, international disaster assistance, emergency and developmental food aid, and aid to manage and mitigate conflict and volunteer programs.
This report illustrates the work of the DCHA in strengthening our financial and managerial capacity, increasing efficiency throughout the organization, and improving the quality of life for residents," Kelly said.
This is an exciting day for the Marshall Heights community, the Ward 7 community, and, I hope, every District resident," said DCHA Executive Director Michael Kelly.
DC Mayor Anthony Williams, DC Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton, DC Council Member-At-Large David Catania, DC Habitat for Humanity Executive Director Carol Casperson, DCHA Board Chairman Russell Simmons and DCHA Executive Director Michael Kelly helped welcome Annie Whren to her new home.
DCHA requires a Congressional Liaison Specialist to communicate DCHA s strategic messages, programs, work, themes and prepare both personnel and materials to members of the Congress, congressional staff and committees who can assist with or contribute to achieving DCHA s and
Kelly also noted, "The Townhomes reflect the commitment of DCHA to provide our residents with new, quality, affordable housing.