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NWTFNational Wild Turkey Federation
NWTFNegros Women for Tomorrow Foundation (Bacolod City, Philippines micro-finance institution)
NWTFNashua Wastewater Treatment Facility (New Hampshire)
NWTFNorthwood Tree Farm (Ohio)
NWTFNuclear Waste Task Force (Sierra Club)
NWTFNorthwest Water Treatment Facility
NWTFNational Working Terrier Federation (UK)
NWTFNoxious Weed Trust Fund (Montana)
NWTFNational Wind Tunnel Facility (India)
NWTFNon-Woven Textile Fabric
NWTFNorthwest Transportation Fund
NWTFNapa River Watershed Task Force
NWTFNow What the Freak (polite form)
NWTFNasionale Wetenskap-en-Tegnologieforum
NWTFNot Worth Taking For (Warcraft gaming)
NWTFNorthwest Timber Fallers (Grants Pass, OR)
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RiverbedA, The Digital Performance Companyao, today announced that Negros Women for Tomorrow Foundation (NWTF), one of the Philippines' oldest and largest microfinance institutions, is advancing the human experience in the digital world through next-generation infrastructure from Riverbed.
(ASKI), Negros Women for Tomorrow Foundation (NWTF), Firth Community Cooperative (FICCO) and Tagum City Council of Women Foundation, Inc.
(TSPI), Alalay sa Kaunlaran, Inc., (ASKI), Negros Women for Tomorrow Foundation (NWTF), and Taytay sa Kauswagan, Inc.
Founded in 1984 as a non-government organization aiding women and poverty alleviation efforts, Negros Women for Tomorrow Foundation (NWTF) now serves almost 400,000 clients.
span calibriNegros Women for Tomorrow Foundation: Alleviating poverty through micro-finance span calibriFounded in 1984 as a non-government organization aiding women and poverty alleviation efforts, Negros Women for Tomorrow Foundation (NWTF) now serves almost 400,000 clients.
Ledesma Foundation (JFLF), the Negros Forest and Ecological Foundation (NFEF) and the Negros Women for Tomorrow Foundation (NWTF).
(ASKI) and Negros Women for Tomorrow Foundation (NWTF), Republic Cement equips MFI account officers with marketing materials and presentation skills to better sell the housing loan product to qualified members.
With the help of TESDA and several microfinance institutions such as Alalay sa Kaunlaran, Inc., ASA Foundation, First Community Cooperative and Negros Women for Tomorrow Foundation, the program aims to provide women micro-entrepreneurs access to training and access to financial services to improve their respective businesses.
There are the Negros Women for Tomorrow Foundation and CARD MRI, which have been funding community-based enterprises, particularly those run by women.
Argabio of Calatrava, Negros Occidental, transformed herself from being a sugarcane plantation laborer into a farmer-owner and trucking company operator with the support of the Negros Women for Tomorrow Foundation, Inc.