ICRC


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AcronymDefinition
ICRCInternational Committee of the Red Cross
ICRCInternational Cosmic Ray Conference
ICRCInjury Control Research Center (University of Alabama)
ICRCIowa Civil Rights Commission
ICRCIrmo Chapin Recreation Commission (Columbia, SC)
ICRCInternational Certification and Reciprocity Consortium
ICRCIntegrated Concepts & Research Corporation
ICRCInterim Chemical Review Committee
ICRCIntroduction to Cisco Router Configuration
ICRCIndiana Coyote Rescue Center (Bringhurst, IN)
ICRCIngham County Road Commission (Michigan)
ICRCIntelligence Contingency Readiness Center
ICRCInternal Calibration Repair Center
ICRCInternational Coal Refining Co.
ICRCInternational Convention on the Rights of the Child (United Nations)
ICRCInfrastructure Concession and Regulatory Commission (Nigeria)
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He held the ICRC responsible for any delay in the humanitarian work.
The head of the ICRC office in Sudan, Eloi Fillion expressed the readiness of the organization to support similar operations in the future.
The ICRC admits - yes - that it has kept silent with regard to the Holocaust, and I would say that this is the heart of the moral failure,'' he added.
ICRC has established a successful record in alternative fuels research and testing, including several contract agreements with the Department of Energy and the Federal Transit Administration, some of which involved the production, testing and demonstration of F-T diesel fuel.
Thanks to the snapshot books, we are happy to have been able to make around 150 matches so far," said Dalila Romdhane, the ICRC official in charge of South Sudan.
Maurer stressed that ICRC will continue to assist the Kurdistan Regional Government in helping IDPs.
For his part, Minister al-Moallem expressed Syria's appreciation of the efforts exerted by ICRC, the support it provides for overcoming the obstacles and its cooperation with SARC.
The Undersecretary has pointed out in statements to the Sudan News Agency SUNA that sudan had asked the ICRC to reconsider and revise the country agreement signed between the two sides in 1984, saying the signature today comes as culmination of several rounds of talks.
The ICRC has been running its limb-fitting and rehabilitation programme in the country since 1988.
Sheikh Al Atrash was visited by the ICRC in the framework of detention visits carried out in the country.
On the occasion, 47 landmine victims registered themselves with ICRC for getting artificial limbs.
ICRC goes on to say that over the past three days, one-month food rations have been provided for 750 people in Garyat, some 140 kilometres south of Mizdah, and Nismah, 50 kilometres south of the town.