FOSIS

AcronymDefinition
FOSISFederation of Student Islamic Societies (UK)
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Following Mr Osman's death, FOSIS issued a statement saying: "Bashir passed away in a drowning incident, having fallen under rough waters for more than 10 minutes.
AuraPortal (*) already has a strong presence in Chile thanks to its exclusive network of Partners and several prestigious customers, including the Ministry of Economy, Development and Tourism (MINECON), FOSIS (Ministry of Social Development), Enap Refineries, Nexus, RSA Insurance and SGS CIMM T&S.
To address the socioeconomic situation, two new institutions of social policy--Fondo nacional de Dasarrollo Regional (FNDR) and the Fondo de Solidaridad e inversion social [Social investment fund] (FOSIS), were established by the Alywin government (see Duquette, "The Chilean Economic Miracle Revisted," 314).
The idea of the establishment of IF started 1966 when Prof.Kurshid Ahmad was invited by Federation of Students Islamic Societies (FOSIS) to deliver a series of speech in various Universities in Britain.
In 1962, one of the most prominent of these exiles, Said Ramadan, the son-in-law of the founder of the Brotherhood Hasan al-Banna, co-established the UK Federation of Student Islamic Societies (FOSIS).
According to the Federation of Student Islamic Societies (FOSIS), the higher interest rates on student loans will make them unusable for many Muslim students, placing higher education out of reach for all but a privileged few.
The Federation of Student Islamic Societies of the UK and Ireland (FOSIS) was founded back in 1963 as an umbrella organisation for young Muslims in the British Isles.