FAPAS

AcronymDefinition
FAPASFood Analysis Performance Assessment Scheme (food chemistry testing service; UK Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs)
FAPASFondo para la Protección de Los Animales Salvajes (Spanish: Fund for the Protection of Wild Animals)
FAPASFundo para a Protecção dos Animais Selvagens (Portugal)
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FAPAS is already an internationally recognised provider of proficiency testing schemes in food chemistry with more than 2500 participants in over 100 countries.
Contact FAPAS on tel 01904 500440 or visit www.fapas.com
This round of international MAI was granted in March 2019 as part of the FAPAS proficiency testing programs certified for compliance with the international standard ISO / IEC 17043.
For reference: FAPAS is one of the most respected ISI providers in the world.
The Fashionomics Africa Digital Marketplace and Entrepreneurship & Innovation Lab (eLab) programmes align with FAPAs vision to create an investment-friendly climate for micro, small and medium-scale enterprises on the continent.
FAPAs latest support for this initiative will enable the development of the digital platform and application designed to increase and facilitate access to markets and finance.
We are happy to see this diverse, innovative and creative portfolio of FAPAs proposals.
Fund for African Private Sector Assistance (FAPA) of African Development Bank (AfDB) has provided funds totaling nearly US $2 million to its Jobs for Youth in Africa initiative.
The Fashionomics Africa Digital Marketplace and Entrepreneurship & Innovation Lab (eLab) programs align with FAPAs vison to create an investment-friendly climate for micro, small and medium-scale enterprises (MSMEs) on the continent.
FAPAs latest support for this initiative will enable the development of the digital platform and application designed to increase and facilitate access to markets and finance; provide access to relevant information, mentorship and networking opportunities as well as develop the skills, competencies and qualifications of African designers and fashion entrepreneurs.
The African Development Banks Fund for African Private Sector Assistance (FAPA), has provided funds totaling nearly US $2 million to its Jobs for Youth in Africa initiative.