EWAA

AcronymDefinition
EWAAEnergy & Water Development Appropriation Act of 1988
EWAAEuropean Women of Achievement Award
EWAAEuropean Wrought Aluminium Association
EWAAEast Ward Allotment Association (UK)
EWAAEastern Wilderness Areas Act
EWAAEast Windsor Ambulance Association (est. 1978; East Windsor, CT)
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They were all from the same Arab country, which EWAA asked not to be specified.
EWAA tried hard to contend but Mapangarap Guardians headed by Bart Alejandro sustained their momentum en route to the lopsided victory.
Jane Holdaway, chairman of the EWAA, which is in its 17th year, said: "Elizabeth is one of a cast of superb nominees we have had.
Some of the speakers include Lubna Qassim, group chief general counsel and company secretary, Emirates NBD; Dr Maryam Matar, founder and chairperson, UAE Genetic Diseases Association; Dr Hayat Sindi, Goodwill Ambassador, Unesco; Sarah Shuhail, general director, EWAA Shelters for Women and Children; and Abdullatif Alsayegh, chairman, Alsayegh Media.
Kadkoy made her remarks at the opening of a 2-day workshop organized in Abu Dhabi by the Ewaa Shelters for Women and Children and the international agency under the theme "Principle and Directives for Evaluating Human Trafficking Cases."
Each man who abused her had left his name imprinted in her body," Sara Suhail, Executive Director, Ewaa (shelter for women and children) told Gulf News.
Abu Dhabi Ewaa is an organisation that provides safety, protection and help for women and children who are enslaved or victims of human trafficking and physical abuse.
Ewaa -- the shelter for women and child victims of human trafficking -- in Abu Dhabi is a victim support facility, operating under the umbrella of the UAE Red Crescent Authority and began its activities in 2008.
However, help centres such as Ewaa are always ready to help those who can muster the courage to reach out.
The Ewaa shelter for women and children was established in 2009 under the umbrella of the UAE Red Crescent Authority, to specifically accept cases of human trafficking.