FYOFuturos Y Opciones
FYOFlorida Youth Orchestra
FYOFor Your Observation
FYOFind Your Own!
FYOFoundation for Young Orphans (Uganda)
FYOFife Youth Orchestra (Scotland, UK)
FYOFor You Only
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Accompanied by other FYO leaders, including Khail Zaman, Najeebullah Hilal, Subhanullah, Mohammad Tayyab and Younas Khan, Mr Aziz said the undue delay in implementation of the proposed reforms caused serious unrest among Fata people, especially youths, who made 65 per cent of the local population.
FYO says tribals fed up with colonial system of governance
The FYO president said the undue delay in the implementation of Fata reforms showed that the PML-N government had no interest in the provision of basic rights to the people of tribal areas.
FYO is wise to this and says, "In real life!" to make it sound more true.
At FYO's nursery school they asked how our nanny's wedding planning was coming along and how lovely it was that she was having her charge, ie FYO, to be a bridesmaid.
Flanked by FYO leaders Usman, Hajira Afridi, Sahibzada Haleem Orakzai, Haider Amir, Khayal Zaman and Naila Altaf, Mr Aziz said the time had come to give all fundamental rights to tribal people by abolishing Frontier Crimes Regulation.
He said that FYO would launch an awareness campaign to mobilise people to support of its demands.
The new board members bring deep and wide-ranging professional and philanthropic experiences to FYO's board.
In honor of his 50th wedding anniversary to his wife, Harriet, who also serves as a FYO board member, George provided the funding to rebuild the Golda Meir Children's Home at the Village, which was destroyed in the December 2010 wildfire.
As I crashed to the floor following a Husb and FYO pincer movement, I looked longingly at the blank television and despairingly at the clock.