ESHS

AcronymDefinition
ESHSEuropean Society for the History of Science
ESHSEl Segundo High School (California)
ESHSExcelsior Springs High School (Excelsior Springs, MO)
ESHSEast Side High School (Newark, New Jersey)
ESHSEspoir Sportif de Hammam-Sousse (French)
ESHSElanora State High School (Gold Coast, Australia)
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The pool is a stock, but we also bring estimates of the flow of funds and on the annual accumulation of funds in the ESHs. It is much smaller than the inflow.
It shows that the inflow is far in excess of the absorptive capacity for finance in the ESHs. Thus, the microstates mainly provide short-run veils of anonymity for funds passing through, while Switzerland also provides long-run storage of funds either in the country itself or as a guarantor for funds invested abroad.
Table 1 IFC Operations Evaluation Group (OEG) 2001-2004 Annual Reviews Evaluating Development and Rate of Return Outcomes Compared with Environmental, Social, and Health and Safety (ESHS) Requirements 2001 2002 2003 2004 1993- 1994- 1995- 1996- 1995 (a) 1996 (a) 1997 (a) 1998 (a) Operations reviewed Number 171 194 202 217 As percentage of total -- 56 56 58 operations approved in the period Percentage of reviewed operations With high development 42 40 41 46 and high return outcomes That met or exceeded 66 62 64 66 their ESHS standards That were rated 4 6 Not Not unsatisfactory on disclosed disclosed their ESHS standards Sources: IFC, Annual Review of IFC's Evaluation Findings: OEG Findings (Washington, DC: IFC, 2002), pp.
Of these schools, 668 were targeted ESHS schools, translating to a 70% participation rate.
In 1997, after the first Enhanced Program cycle, the Request for Response was revised to include two parts: a) the original Enhanced School Health Service prototype (ESHS), and b) a new model, the Enhanced School Health Service with Consultation (ESHSC).