IHDP

AcronymDefinition
IHDPInternational Human Dimensions Programme on Global Environmental Change
IHDPInfant Health and Development Program
IHDPInternational Home Deco Park (India)
IHDPInstitute for Historical Dance Practice (est. 1992)
IHDPInternational Human Development Programme
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To build capacity and interest in global change research in developing countries, WCRP, IGBP, and IHDP launched an initiative called the Global Change System for Analysis, Research, and Training (START).
at 301-02 (quoting IHDP, The Problem of Fit Between Ecosystems and Institutions (IHDP Working Paper No.
(2001): "Vulnerability Article 1: Vulnerability and Criticality", IHDP Newsletter UPDATE.
Proceedings of the conference organized by UNESCO-UNEVOC, UNU-EHS, ILO, IHDP and University of Bonn, Institute for Hygene and Public Health (WHO CC).
Tal complejidad ha sido puesta de manifiesto por instancias supranacionales, como por ejemplo las Naciones Unidas, al enunciar los Objetivos de Desarrollo del Milenio, e iniciativas diversas tales como el Programa Internacional Geosfera-Biosfera (IGBP, por sus siglas en ingles), y el Programa Internacional sobre las Dimensiones Humanas del Cambio Ambiental Global (IHDP, por sus siglas en ingles), entre otras.
The 3C Company's impressive list of clients include Hewitt, Accenture, Sapient, Nokia, Wipro, IHDP, Patni, Alstom, Adobe, Perot Systems, EXL, Philips, Fiserv and many more.
The methods are investigated using simulated data as well as data from the Infant Health and Development Program (IHDP), an eight-site randomized trial that targeted low-birth-weight premature infants, and offered comprehensive, quality early intervention care with the goal of reducing the developmental and health problems of low-birth-weight infants (IHDP, 1990).
IHDP Update, Newsletter of the Internacional Human Dimensions Programme on Global Environmental Change 1, Articulo 3.
Abecedarian and IHDP were much more respectable experiments, which claimed IQ gains of about five points by adulthood.