FAFO

AcronymDefinition
FAFOInstitute for Applied Social Science
FAFOFédération des Ainés et des Retraités Francophones de l'Ontario (French: Federation of Pensioners and Seniors Francophones in Ontario; Canada)
FAFOFine Arts for Ocala
FAFOFirst And Final Offer
FAFOFagbevaegelsens Forsknings Organisation
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Alcira Fafo se le abalanzo para degollarla con una navaja, y como se lo impedimos le grito, a la otra que ya se revolcaba garchando con su hijo" (143).
Fl0tten, "Kunnskap om fattigdom i Norge: en oppsummering," KITH-rapport 2011:21, Fafo, Oslo, Norway, 2011.
Negotiations concerning the agreement, an outgrowth of the Madrid Conference of 1991, were conducted secretly in Oslo, Norway, hosted by the Fafo institute, and completed on 20 August 1993; the Accords were subsequently officially signed at a public ceremony in Washington, D.C., on 13 September 1993 in the presence of PLO chairman Yasser Arafat, the then Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin and U.S.
The AFD and Proparco decided to fund a brand new study in 2009, conducted by BearingPoint and the FAFO Institute to bring a complete vision on the reality of the impact of the arrival of a new mobile phone operator (Digicel) in Haiti, one of the poorest countries in the World (1).
A report by the Norwegian Fafo Organization had estimated the number of Iraqis inJordanin 2007 to have reached between 450,000 and 500,000, whilst the Jordanian government had reported the presence of Iraqis inJordanat 700,000.
Seeing DDR from Below: Challenges and dilemmas raised by the experiences of ex-combatants in Liberia, New Security Program, FAFO Report 2008:03.
A new model of plastic ankle foot orthosis (FAFO (II)) against spastic foot and genu recurvatum.
(NYSE:UTX), on Tuesday officially opened a new facility at its Florida Assembly and Flight Operations (FAFO) campus, establishing experimental assembly line operations for the new CH-53K heavy lift helicopter.
(32.) Geraldine Chatelard, "Jordan's Transient Iraqi Guests: Transnational Dynamics and National Agenda;' in Viewpoints: Special Edition on Iraq's Refugee and IDP Crisis (Washington, DC: Middle East Institute, 2008): 20-22; Dawn Chatty and Philip Marfleet, "Iraq's Refugees: Beyond Tolerance," (Forced Migration Policy Briefing 4, Refugee Studies Centre, Oxford, 2009); "Iraqis in Jordan 2007: Their Number and Characteristics" (Amman, Jordan: Fafo and the Government of Jordan, 2008); International Rescue Committee, "Iraqi Displacement: Eight Years Later Durable Solutions Still Out of Reach" (New York: International Rescue Committee, 2011); Joseph Sassoon, The Iraqi Refugees.
A Norwegian research organization, Fafo, worked with Jordan's Department of Statistics and found that, by one statistical measure, the true number might be as low as 161,000, though Fafo cautioned that some Iraqis may not have identified themselves for fear of deportation.
The poll, conducted in the West Bank in February and the Gaza Strip in May by the Fafo foundation, revealed that "31 percent of Palestinians believe both Fatah and Hamas are unfit to lead the Palestinian people." Thirty-nine percent said Fatah is more fit while 15 percent said Hamas is more fit.