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NACoNational Association of Counties (Washington, DC, USA)
NACoNational AIDS Control Organisation (India)
NACoNational Aeronautical Charting Office (US FAA)
NACoNational Arts Centre Orchestra (Canada)
NACoNetwork Added Consistency Operations
NACoName Authority Cooperative (Program for Cooperative Cataloging project)
NACoNevada Association of Counties
NACoNorwegian Anarchist Council
NACoNetherlands Airport Consultants
NACoNational Commodore
NACoNational Association of Charterboat Operators
NACoNebraska Association of County Officials
NACoNavy Cool (propellant)
NACoNational Association of Civic Officers
NACoNational Assessment Coordination Office (USGCRP)
NACoNational Association of Countries
NACoNational Auxiliary Conference
NACoNet Adjusted Charge-Offs (credit card industry)
NACoNaval Acquisition Contract Officer
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It had added that according to a National Aids Control Organisation report, the total number of people living with HIV in India was estimated around 20.
It is now positioned by the Department of Education and National AIDS Control Organisation (NACO) as a key intervention in preventing new HIV infections and reducing social vulnerability to the infection," he said.
On the amount spent for conducting research and development by National AIDS Control Organisation (NACO), the ministry said that Rs 5.
Pharmaceutical company Mylan Inc (NasdaqGS:MYL) said on Tuesday that it has been selected as a leading supplier of antiretroviral (ARV) drugs to India's National AIDS Control Organisation (NACO).
National AIDS Control Organisation (NACO) confirms that 18,000 children were infected with HIV from vertical route (parent to child transmission) in 2009, although strategies to prevent them are very much available.
The state health department is likely to enter into an agreement with the National AIDS Control Organisation (Naco) soon for the third phase of implementation of Aids control programmes.
India's National AIDS Control Organisation (NACO) followed suit soon after, and dismissed nearly 350 NGOs which had pretended to be AIDS-fighting institutions while they channeled time and money in illegitimate directions (1).
Report of National AIDS Control Organisation (2001), New Delhi: Government of India: 2001.
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