FANSA

AcronymDefinition
FANSAFood and Nutrition Science Alliance
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Ousama Fansa is the CEO of Roots Group Arabia, a major distributor of building materials, industrial supplies, and construction equipment.
The yatra was conceived by Geneva-based Wash United and an Indian outfit Quicksand Design Studio, and is being executed by agencies like WaterAid, WSSCC (Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council), Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Gesellschaft fur Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), Arghyam/Hindi Water Portal, Goonj, UNICEF and FANSA (Freshwater Action Network South Asia).
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Coach of the Syrian table tennis team, Abdul-Malik Fansa, held the misleading channels responsible for Syria's events, adding that these channels are airing fabricated news that aim at spreading chaos and sedition in Syria.
But despite the marketing drive, the five established family soap makers -- Zanabili, Najjar, Fansa, Jbeili and Sabouni, which means soap maker in Arabic -- remain understated and do not even have signs at their doors.
[10] Fansa, H., Schneider, W., Wolf, G., Keilhoff, G., 2006, "Host responses after acellular muscle basal lamina allografting used as a matrix for tissue engineered nerve grafts 1," Transplantation, 74, pp.
"We were so surprised to learn that we had celebrity fansa when Tinariwen was first formed, the main purpose was to create music and raise awareness about our country.
Arabia Roots CEO Ousama Fansa said Roots Steel would greatly benefit from his companyCOs well-developed regional distribution and marketing network and outlets that cover the GCC (Saudi, UAE and more recently Qatar), the Mena region (Egypt, Syria and Lebanon), and Malaysia.
Ousama Fansa, said Roots Steel would greatly benefit from his companyCOs well-developed regional distribution and marketing network and outlets that cover the GCC (Saudi, UAE and more recently Qatar), the MENA region (with Egypt, Syria and Lebanon), and a presence in Malaysia.
"I want to go back to the 60s and 70s thriller look," said Forster, pointing to the franchise's first Bond movie, 'Dr No', and others as a hint of the gritty filming fansA can expect.