REPAC

AcronymDefinition
REPACReady, Execute, Process, Analyze, Coordinate
REPACRadiological Emergency Preparedness Advisory Committee
REPACRural Electric Political Action Committee
REPACRegional Protection Advisory Committee (United Kingdom)
REPACRe-Employment Pre-Layoff Center (Globe, AZ)
REPACRegional Emergency Patient Access and Coordination (Calgary Health Region)
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Improvement of Living Conditions of Palestinian Refugee Camps (REPAC).
through KfW, has now contributed $57.9 million to REPAC, stated the press release.
When considering financing alternatives, Repac recommends the following tips:
Igor Doric (2), Milos Zarkovic (1,4), Zoran Radojicic (6), Nikola Repac (3), Aleksandar Janicijevic (3), Kresimir Rotim (5), Goran Tasic (1,3) and Lukas Rasulic (1,3)
Expressing gratitude, UNRWA Commissioner-General Pierre Krahenbuhl said, UNRWA is grateful for the longstanding cooperation with KfW to support the most vulnerable Palestine refugees through the REPAC programme.
These two new contributions forms part of KfW's support towards the Regional Programme for the Improvement of Living Conditions of Palestinian Refugee Camps (REPAC).
SEA chief executive David Elliott has been appointed to the Environment Agency's Midlands Regional Environmental Protection Advisory Committee (REPAC).
David Elliott comments: "Through my work I have forged close links with the Environment Agency and I am looking forward to serving on REPAC. I feel that with my wide background in environmental issues, I can make a positive contribution to the committee's work.
These two new contributions form part of KfW support to the Regional Programme for the Improvement of Living Conditions of Palestinian Refugee Camps (REPAC).
UNRWA Commissioner-General Pierre KrahenbE-hl said, We are grateful for the longstanding cooperation with KfW to support the most vulnerable Palestine refugees through the REPAC programme.
The donation forms part of the Regional Programme for the Improvement of Living Conditions of Palestinian Refugee Camps (REPAC).
The two projects with a budget of around US$ 4.5 million are part of the Regional Programme for the Improvement of the Living Conditions of Palestinian Refugees (REPAC), which was signed between Germany through its Federal Bank for Development (KFW) and UNRWA in May 2011.