ICHA

AcronymDefinition
ICHAInner City Handball Association (New York)
ICHAIdaho Commission on Hispanic Affairs (Boise, ID)
ICHAIdaho Cutting Horse Association (est. 1972)
ICHAIrish Collegiate Handball Association
ICHAInternational Centre of Holistic Aromatherapy (Brisbane, Queensland, Australia)
ICHAInterdepartmental Committee on HIV and AIDS (UN)
ICHAIllinois Catholic Hospital Association (Chicago, IL)
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The ICHA board also includes Gil Shore, Danielle Daskalakis, Ted Gewertz, Jared Vale, Bryan Lucero, Steve Martin, Cody McCone and Cesar Sala.
Building on the network of corruption fighters that was launched in 2010, ICHA 2012 is "driving the fight against corruption to a new level defined by technological tools, new bilateral and multilateral partnerships, a broader range of enforcement action and a wealth of investigative, forensic and preventive knowledge that is now accessible to all Alliance members.
The increases in revenue from VAT and ICHA were of a "one-off" nature, being related to the switchover from ICHA to VAT, and thus will not be sustained.
Cacchione replaces Philip Karst, who is retiring after nine years at ICHA and over 28 years in Catholic health care.
19-20: ICHA Big Blue Championships at North Meadow courts, Central Park, New York.
A few years later I learned that I had watched a one-wall national tournament and an ICHA Mayor's Cup tournament.
NEW YORK -- The ICHA Big Blue Tournament in August drew 95 contestants in 11 divisions.
I thank Lorraine Jacobs for her support of me and ICHA through the Jim Jacobs Foundation.
And, due to the high school leagues as well as the Hall of Fame contributions of Paul Williams and the ICHA, there is a full slate of competition in the public and private high schools in New York for Glenn's future young handballers to connect with as they develop their skills.
One-wall small-ball ICHA Speakers Cup in New York (July)
And I think it helps working with the kids at the Y in the ICHA junior program.