DISSADisability Sport South Africa
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This study was conducted at the Dissa experimental station (Gabes, Tunisia; 33[grados]54' N and 10[grados]02' E; Fig.
The most memorable scene in Dissa was that of the "blue oasis," as locals call it.
We are fortunate that the Ministry of Sports and Recreation created DISSA (Disability Sports South Africa) with the stated objective of providing 'access to all persons with a disability to sports and recreation, enabling them to achieve their potential'.1 Partnered with private institutions and sponsors, (5) funding for disabled sportsmen and women has been secured.
Rajeev trying to is lead by example, he could have told me, "Dissa write down so you will not forget!" He doesn't try to dominate or control his team instead he leads and inspired them.
On 16 and 23 March 2005, the General Manager of the Disability Sport South Africa (DISSA) filed two Notices of Appeal on behalf of the Respondent under art.
Everton were displaying the kind of form which had seen them win the title in the previous season and with Neil Pointon - cruelly nicknamed "Dissa" later in his career - making an impressive debut, the fans at Goodison were impressed with what they were seeing.
Dissa Jaimokha, director of Operational Marketing at JT affirmed and said, "It will stimulate the growth of the Kingdom's potential as a competitive call center location, through the use of new packet-switched technologies to offer lower costs for international connectivity from Jordan."Work permit fees to be raised The Labor Ministry has been active in a campaign against migrant workers found to be in violation of Labor Law regulations, and is also planning to raise work permit fees for non-Jordanian labor from JD180 to JD380 and that work permit fees at the Qualified Industrial Zones would be increased from JD300 to JD600.
And Wenger praised the Belgian side's Mali striker Mahamadou Dissa, who scored one of their goals, as well as Ivory Coast duo Moussa Sanogo and Abdoulaye Junior.