EIFA

AcronymDefinition
EIFAEuropean Iraqi Freedom Association (Brussels, Belgium)
EIFAEcole Internationale Franco-Anglaise (French: Franco-English International School)
EIFAEarly Intervention Family Alliance
EIFAElement Interface Functional Analysis (US NASA)
EIFAEhime-Indonesia Friendship Association
EIFAEdukick International Football Academies (various locations)
EIFAEastern Iowa Flute Association
EIFAÉcole Internationale de Football Américain (French: International School of American Football)
EIFAEgypt-India Friendship Association
EIFAEuropean Indoor Football Association
EIFAEnzyme Immunomembrane Filter Assay (microbiology)
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The EIFA report said that "the militias are looting the heavy construction machinery and electric cables, as well as the private property of the residents in this area." It called on Prime Minister Haider Al-Abadi "to expel the Iranian regime and its agents from Iraq and once again reminds the UN Security Council of the need to act to stop such flagrant breaches of Iraqi dignity and sovereignty."
At present, besides having a core mission and guiding principles, the EIFA touts a strong foundation that includes bylaws, operating procedures, a Web site, and an energetic Board of Directors.
Among other accomplishments, the EIFA recognized a parent's need for support when attending conferences, such as the Office of Special Education Early Childhood conference, by creating an issue brief, which details how to enhance meaningful participation for parents at national conferences.
The Board of Directors for the EIFA is also committed to actively effecting change to ensure meaningful family involvement.
The founding members have donated many volunteer resources to develop the EIFA to its current level of organization.
The report did not mention Egypt's status when it comes to Islamic banking, however, Head of the Egyptian Islamic Finance Association (EIFA) Mohamed El-Beltagy had previously said that Islamic banking clients in Egypt estimated approximately 2.5 million, constitute about 20% of the Egyptian banks clients.
Head of the Egyptian Islamic Finance Association (EIFA) Mohamed El-Beltagy said that Islamic banking clients in Egypt estimated approximately 2.5 million, constitute about 20% of the Egyptian banks clients.
The country's recent stock market losses were the result of political decisions," Mohamed Al-Beltagy, president of (EIFA) said
Mohamed Al-Beltagy, president of the Egyptian Islamic Finance Association (EIFA), stated that the real threat to the country's economy came in the form of investors taking their money out of the Egyptian market as a result of instability seen throughout the country.