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NAPONational Association of Professional Organizers
NAPONetwork Abuse and Policy Observance
NAPONational Anti-Poverty Organization
NAPONational Association of Probation Officers (UK)
NAPONational Association of Police Organizations, Inc. (USA)
NAPONational Admissions and Placement Office (Abu Dhabi)
NAPONational Association of Pizzeria Operators
NAPONetherlands Army Post Office
NAPONorth American Project Operations (Honeywell)
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In a report written by Muddy Waters, one of its claims was that Burford had misled investors over its investment into Napo, making a loss seem like a significant return after Napo's merger with Jaguar Health Inc in 2017 that led to a fall in the share price of the merged entity.
Muddy Waters had previously said that Burford had categorised its return on investment for Napo in its 2013 annual report as a "win with a significant return when it should have been a loss".
'This ongoing social media initiative has been implemented as part of Napo's efforts to encourage mobilization of patients.
Napo has established a sustainable harvesting program for crofelemer to ensure a high degree of quality and ecological integrity.
In late March, Napo, which specialises in rainforest-derived gastrointestinal prescription products, and Jaguar Animal Health announced they had entered into a definitive merger agreement by unanimous approval by the boards of directors of both companies.
Tyne and Wear NAPO members protesting against privatisation of the probation service
Last week, probation and prison staff raised concerns about safety in the jail as NAPO described it as a "tinderbox".
Migden Sue Roberts, chair of Napo Cymru, said: "People from all areas of the law and probations officers will stand together to fight the Government cuts which, if not challenged, will see the end of Probation.
At a special general meeting held in Birmingham, the National Association of Probation Officers (Napo) called on its members to walk out of offices at midday on March 31.
Around 50 members of the Napo union, which represents the country's 7,500 probation employees, made their voices heard outside the service's office, in St Philips Place, on Tuesday.