MWEA

AcronymDefinition
MWEAMaibornwolff et Al (German information technology firm)
MWEAMichigan Water Environment Association (est. 1925)
MWEAMissouri Water Environment Association
MWEAMyanmar Women Entrepreneurs' Association (est. 1995)
MWEAMid Wales Energy Agency (UK)
MWEAMpigi Widows Entrepreneurs Association (Uganda)
MWEAMedium Wave Electric Activity
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At the moment, 70 per cent of the rice produced in Kenya comes from Mwea.
Wang'uru Stadium has an operational youth empowerment centre built using Mwea Constituency Development Funds in 2014-2015.Sporting potentialBut upgrading of General Kasam Stadium is yet to start.
The authors acknowledge the support of parents/guardians, the school administration, and school teachers of Mukou Primary School, in Mwea, central Kenya, in this study, and especially their children who provided faecal samples used in this study.
If they had other options, the MWEA members said they would rather quit mining minerals and help in restoring the damage brought by massive corporate mining.
This study was conducted in the Mwea Division of Kirinyaga South district in Kirinyaga County, central Kenya (00[degrees]40'54"S, 037[degrees]20'36"E).
Data set for this study was obtained from surveys, interviews with the farmers, observations, sample analysis, and use of existing data from meteorological stations and administration offices in Mwea, Bunyala, West Kano, and Ahero irrigation schemes.
Today, the award was presented by the Missouri Water Environment Association (MWEA) at its MWEA annual meeting to American Water's facilities within the State of Missouri with the highest level of safety compliance.
Environmental abundance of anopheles (Diptera:Culicidae) larval habitats on land cover change sites in Karima village, Mwea rice scheme, Kenya.
The government has received a Sh14.3 billion loan aid from Japan for the Mwea irrigation Development Project and the improvement of the water supply system in Embu.
This technique, first implemented in the Mwea camps in 1957, was officially endorsed by the Colonial Office in London; and later rolled out to camps at Athi River, Aguthi, Mweru, and Hola in order to "enforce discipline and preserve good order".