OGAC

AcronymDefinition
OGACOffice of the US Global Aids Coordinator
OGACopen grade asphalt concrete
OGACOil and Gas Advisory Committee
OGACOrganization of Gesture and Avatar Creators
OGACOrganisation de Gestion des Aires de Conservation (French: Conservation Area Management Organizations)
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In June 2011, PEPFAR (under the leadership of OGAC) and the Joint United Nations Program on HIV/AIDS launched a global plan to virtually eliminate mother-to-child transmission of HIV with the goal of reducing new HIV infections in children by 90% by 2015.
Ideally, this high-level position would be supported by a Nutrition Point Person, senior and mid-level managers within each corresponding agency, bureau, or office (e.g., at BFS, USAID/FFP, USAID/NUT, USAID/OHA, and OGAC, USDA) who focus on building partnerships and improving policies and programs.
OGAC, USAID, and UNAIDS have adopted three different models to estimate and project antiretroviral therapy (ART) costs.
According to OGAC, Anadarko will be auctioning off more than 1,000 parcels of oil and gas mineral properties in Arkansas.
To strengthen its approach to gender, OGAC initiated a gender consultation in 2006 that resulted in the allocation of a small pot of money, $8 million, for gender-specific activities focused on three priority areas: changing male norms and behaviors, strengthening services for gender-based violence within the health setting and addressing vulnerability of female orphans aged 13-19.
Biology of Greenland cod, Gadus ogac, at Saqvaqjauc, northwest coast of Hudson Bay.
Experts also advocated that OGAC continue providing guidance and technical assistance to PEPFAR country teams.
and malaria through the Office of the Global AIDS Coordinator (OGAC) and
We also compared data spanning two decades (Ogac Lake) to five decades (Qasigi-aliminiq) to assess the degree to which natural and anthropogenic factors may have affected these populations.
Similarly, the Office of the Global AIDS Coordinator (OGAC) was