FIDA


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AcronymDefinition
FIDAFondo Internacional de Desarrollo Agricola (Spanish: International Fund for Agricultural Development)
FIDAFonds International de Developpement Agricole (International Fund for Agricultural Development, UN, France)
FIDAFEMA (US Federal Emergency Management Agency) Information Data and Analysis
FIDAInternational Federation of Women Lawyers
FIDAFoundation for International Development Assistance (Waterloo, Ontario, Canada)
FIDAFunctional Integration & Data Administration Office
FIDAFirst Inventors Defense Act of 1999
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Senator Fida directed the organization that circle wise details of projects must be presented in the next meeting.
During the briefing regarding regularisation of service of IESCO's contingent/adhoc/contractual employees hired since 2014, Chairman Committee Senator Fida Muhammad stressed the need for giving them priority.
During the briefing regarding regularization of service of IESCO's contingent/adhoc /contractual employees hired since 2014; Chairman Committee Senator Fida Muhammad stressed the need for giving them priority.
Elle a egalement ete utilisee pour creer une video de campagne mettant en scene la jeunesse rurale d'un projet camerounais finance par le FIDA, dansant avec sa choregraphie.
During her time with Klesges, Fida loved walks in parks and playing with children.
The report gave the impression that Fida Ali was stil alive.
FIDA had wanted to join the case riding on the card that it has a legitimate interest in the case because it aims at protecting women holding high public offices from unfairly being removed from office.
Their mother Fida refused to send her children to school under Daesh rule, as students were exposed to a brutal curriculum which incorporated descriptions of shootings and beheadings.
The groups namely New Initiative for Social Development (NISD), International Federation of Women Lawyers (FIDA) and Centre for Social Justice, Good Health and Community Development (CSJGHCD), at the joint press conference to present their report on the July 14th governorship election in the state, recommended that political parties engaged in paying for votes should be sanctioned.
The affected women, who are serving as paralegals in their communities, raised the concerns at a refresher training organised by the International Federation of Women Lawyers (FIDA) Ghana, in Sunyani.