DVC

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AcronymDefinition
DVCDisney Vacation Club
DVCDiablo Valley College
DVCDevice
DVCDomestic Violence Coalition
DVCDomestic Violence Council
DVCDual Voice Coil (speakers)
DVCDigital Video Camera
DVCDigital Vibrance Control
DVCDistributed Video Coding
DVCDigital Video Cassette
DVCDepartment for Victorian Communities (Australia)
DVCDorsal Vagal Complex (gastrointestinal tract)
DVCDynamic Virtual Circuit
DVCData Validation Certificate
DVCDual Voice Coil
DVCDv Compression
DVCDigital Video Computing
DVCDigital Video Creator
DVCDigital Video Capture
DVCDigital Video Codec
DVCDamodar Valley Corporation (India)
DVCDelaware Valley College
DVCDigital Video Communications (various organizations)
DVCDirector Vice Cancellor (education)
DVCDavinci Code (novel)
DVCDigital Video Conference
DVCDistributed Version Control (computing)
DVCDivision Chief
DVCDuPage Valley Conference (Chicago, Illinois area high schools)
DVCDomestic Violence Center
DVCDelivery Verification Certificate (trade)
DVCDeutsche Venture Capital (German investment firm)
DVCDigital Video Compression
DVCDesktop Video Conferencing
DVCDynamic Vehicle Control
DVCDiligentia, Vis, Celeritas (Accuracy, Power, Speed; IPSC motto)
DVCDigital Valve Controller
DVCDambrackas Video Compression (KVM switch)
DVCDisease Vector Control (World Health Organization)
DVCDutch Validation Council (est. 1997)
DVCDiet Vanilla Coke
DVCDomestic Violence Counselor
DVCDemocratic Victory Circle (Washington state democratic party)
DVCDigital Voice Compression (telephony)
DVCDirect View Console
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"As we progress our disease vector control solutions through the use of our Oxitec technology, we shall extend Sam's legacy even further, as he saw, seemingly earlier than anyone, the great human tragedy that Zika will represent if the Aedes aegypti mosquito is not significantly suppressed.
Aedes aegypti mosquitoes were reared in the insectary of the Department of Medical Entomology and Disease Vector Control at Health Services Academy, Islamabad.
Carbamate was mainly used for livestock disease vector control, and organophosphate was used seasonally for crop pest control among a small proportion of households.
Matthews (emeritus, pest management, Imperial College, London) has advised the WHO, and been directly involved with disease vector control in Cameroon.
Speaking to the media Prof.Dr.Humayun Rathor Coordinator MEDVC and Ex - WHO Regional Advisor on Disease Vector Control for 22 countries said: "The objective of this workshop is to answer the key question: How to stop the onslaught of Dengue in Pakistan with the help of WHO guidelines."
(UNEP20) lb) Moreover, the COP-SC report (UNEP 201 la) stated that "there was broad support for the recommendation by the DDT expert group that DDT was needed in some countries for disease vector control." It is simply impossible to construe this statement as "anti-DDT."
By far the largest amounts are produced in India for the purpose of disease vector control. In China, the average annual production during the period 2000-2004 was 4,500 metric tons of DDT, but 80-90% was used in the production of Dicofol, an acaricide, and around 4% was used as additive in antifouling paints.
According to a press release, 1st Convocation of the Health Services Academy was held at Convention Centre here to award the degrees and gold medals, to the top position holder, graduates passed out from 1996 onward, of Masters of Public Health, Master of Science in Public Health and Post Graduate Diploma in Medical Entomology and Disease Vector Control Programs.
(a) National Institute of Malaria Research (ICMR), New Delhi; (b) Integrated Disease Vector Control (NIMR), Field Unit, Ranchi, India
Based on available evidence, and in the absence of a better and affordable alternative, DDT will continue to be used for disease vector control, as recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO), while further research clarifies the health impact of its use by indoor residual spraying (IRS).
Rashid Jooma, Director General, Ministry of Health, Government of Pakistan inaugurated a 12-month postgraduate diploma program in Medical Entomology and Disease Vector Control for health professionals.
Integrated Disease Vector Control (IDVC) project had its beginning in Kheda district of Gujarat way back in 1983.
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