MOEST

AcronymDefinition
MOESTMinistry of Education, Science and Technology
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In a week-long celebration, a rally was organised at Shanti Batika in Kathmandu in the morning where the employees at the MoEST participated.
This view is enshrined in a number of policy documents, including Kenya Vision 2030 (MoEST, 2014; RoK, 2007).
Minister Fitzgerald said he is pleased that the MOEST and the Government were able to provide the opportunity for the students to participate in the programme.
There seems to be a strong link between where gender mainstreaming is occurring (MoEST and MoAFS) and the poverty reduction nature of the ministry.
Moest men om de een of andere reden het binnenland in, dan maakten eenige ratoe's de reis.' More detailed figures about the number of slaves in Coolhaas 1942:172-3.
The oral presentation award, voted for by the delegates, was awarded to Professor Peter Moest (Germany) for his presentation on 'The dominant eye', which produced much interest and discussion.
On 31 March 2011 a ruling by Esther Nasambu Rebecca, a senior magistrate at The High Court of Uganda at Kampala Anti-Corruption Division, sentenced the accused to 60 months imprisonment and ordered return of US$133,060 to the GoSS Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MoEST), having already refunded US$ 190,000 in a 2009 ruling.
Government ministries directly involved in ICT development include the Ministry of Environment, Science and Technology (MOEST) and the Ministry of Information Science and Communication (MoIC).
Victoria, British Columbia, Canada: Assessment, Counselling and Referral Initiative of MOEST and HRDC.
Uiteindelijk moest er een extra politiewagen aanrukken voordat iedereen teleurgesteld afdroop.
One of the most teasing speculations of the book is to be found in the final chapter, where Bullen traces the connections between Richard Moest, a German sculptor whom D.