GESP

AcronymDefinition
GESPGIG (Global Information Grid) Enterprise Service Profile
GESPGender Equity Support Programme (Sudan)
GESPGender Equity Support Project (Canadian International Development Agency)
GESPGuaranteed Energy Savings Program (Pennsylvania)
GESPGas Entrainment Suppressor Plates
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This percentage varied from 72.4% in the Course of Administration of Public Health Emergencies (GESP) to 87.2% in the Course of Management of Health Surveillance (GVISA)/2nd Edition.
A key element of the GESP framework is its focus on inclusive growth to draw in rural communities and close development gaps.
Noted differences include variation in learning style, concept acquisition, readiness relative to a standard, cultural background, talents, abilities, achievements, needs, and subject-matter interest (GESP, 1994; National Association for the Education of Young Children [NAEYC], 2003; NCTE & IRA, 2000; NCTM, 2006; NMSA, 1995; NRC, 1999).
Perhaps the most concrete environmental result of the report was an expansion of the Guaranteed Energy Savings Program (GESP) and increased renewable energy.
The simplest approach is the one that was used in the GESP (Gaussian elimination with static pivoting) algorithm (7) [16].
[2.] Assistant Professor and Head of the School of Public Health, Director Research Group GESP, Faculty of Health, Universidad del Valle, Cali, Colombia.
Although these authors stressed the need for cross-laboratory efforts at replication of the Maimonides dream-GESP work (i.e., general ESP task, which operationally allows telepathy and/or clairvoyance), they did not mention the unsuccessful effort at a sleep laboratory at the University of Wyoming (UW) by Belvedere and Foulkes (1971, as cited and discussed in Van de Castle, 1977) to replicate, using the full Maimonides protocol, the results of the highly successful eight-night GESP series at Maimonides (Ullman & Krippner, 1970) that had Van de Castle as the receiver.
* Profesor Asistente, Escuela de Salud Publica, Director Grupo Epidemiologia y Salud Poblacional (GESP), Facultad de Salud, Universidad del Valle, Cali, Colombia.