HEPO


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HEPOHellenic Exports Promotion Organisation (Hellenic Foreign Trade Board; Greece)
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"In this instance, the premises in question were closed last Tuesday evening/Wednesday morning and we arranged to attend court on Monday, July 3, to request the HEPO. However, officers visited the premises between the closure and the court date to ensure they are addressing the problem and in this instance, the health risk had been addressed.
Biliran's Provincial Health Office's health education and promotions officer (HEPO) Vanessa Veloso says young children, which the disease usually hits, must be protected.
At the Hellenic Foreign Trade Board (HEPO), chief executive Alkiviadi Kalabokis says that Greece's export business has changed as more domestic producers, facing diminished spending power locally, seek to move their products abroad.
The core message of HEPO's Kerasma conference was "Real Taste-Great Living," a theme that is illustrated by Greece's exceptional ingredients -- whole grains, nuts, honey, figs, saffron and, of course, cheese and great olive oil.
In June, Young and her father attended a buying trip to Greece organized by The Gourmet Retailer magazine and sponsored by HEPO, a Greek organization whose goal is to educate the world about the versatility of Greek foods and the amazing health benefits of a Mediterranean diet.
HEPO, under the auspices of the Ministry of Finance and Economy and the Ministry of Development, collaborated with Greek food and beverage trade associations to bring retailers to the conference.
This past August, I was invited by HEPO, the Hellenic Export Promotions Organization, to visit Athens in order to gain an appreciation of Greek culture, cuisine, and beverages, as well as to observe the homecoming of the Olympics.
The DOH proposal, which it presented to House members, is broken down into the following programs and activities: P270 million for the distribution of medical kits to Dengvaxia vaccinees, P300 million for the proposed active case finding (project based profiling/ navigation of vaccinees), P84 million for the medical assistance program for Dengvaxia patients, P776 million for the outpatient care package, and P67 million for the deployment of nurse - health education and promotion officers (HEPOs).
So-called Hepos (health education and promotion officers) will be deployed and medical kits will be distributed to the children under the program.
The coseismic offsets are reported in Table 2 for all stations analysed (including station KEFA reported at the web site http://dionvsos.survev.ntua.gr/ and station SVOR provided by the HEPOS network operators).