NEFTA

AcronymDefinition
NEFTANorth East Field Trip Alliance
NEFTANorth East Field Target Association (UK)
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The German side promised to see to it with the German business community that the German delegation to "Nefta V" includes enterprises operating in high-value technological sectors.
NEFTA player and England international Mike Parnaby explained: "We only entered the English Championships for the experience.
Nearby, Nefta has more than half a million date palm trees and the town of Douz is the centre for some serious Sahara treks.
The site can be found about eight miles west of Nefta in the south west of Tunisia, although it is advisable to travel with a guide.
FCP was also negotiating a second block with Sonatrach, having first come to North Africa in 1997 when it farmed into the South Nefta acreage in neighbouring Tunisia.
Well maintained roads connect it to such romantically evocative places as Nefta, 'the pearl of Jerid', Gafsa, 'the rose of the sands', Kebili and Douz, 'the gateway to the desert' and Gabes, 'the garden of henna'.
Bacillus strains from natural soil populations in Death Valley National Monument, California (strain prefixes DV1- through DV9-) and from the Mojave Desert (strain prefixes RO- and RS-) in Rosamond, California; the Gobi Desert (strain prefix IM-) in Inner Mongolia, China; and the Sahara Desert (strain prefix TU-) near Nefta, Tunisia were isolated as described below.
The event will not be limited to Ong Jmel but it will also be extended to the medina of Nefta and in Tozeur.