SAPRO

AcronymDefinition
SAPROSexual Assault Prevention and Response Office (US DoD)
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As SAPRO and RAINN continue to seek ways to support survivors, innovative tools like Building Hope offer a safe, convenient and private way to empower individuals in their healing journey.
SAPROs exist, at least on the surface, to mitigate the social harm caused by the public use of products or services.
Along with other alcohol SAPROs like Drinkaware (United Kingdom) and Cheers (New Zealand (NZ)), DrinkWise shares resources with the International Centre of Alcohol Policies (ICAP) based in Washington, USA, and is part of a strong, collective and international effort to protect the industry and maintain the status quo of self-regulation (Casswell, 2013; McCambridge et al.
The DrinkWise frame mirrors the policy of alcohol peak industry bodies and other alcohol SAPROs who support targeted solutions and oppose regulation.
Moreover, SAPRO further points out in its latest report that in fiscal 2016 only an estimated 32 percent of victims of sexual assault at US military installations have reported it -- up from projected 25 percent in fiscal years 2014 and 2015.
According to SAPRO, the total of 20,348 reports of sexual assaults for the past four years included both "restricted" and "unrestricted" allegations.
157) See Evans e-mail, supra note 75 (explaining that although the Chief of Chaplains "put out guidance that Chaplains will not serve as VA/SARC," the SAPRO does not recognize the conflict with psychologists or psychiatrists serving in these roles).
We had high hopes when we launched our first competition in 2010, comments SAPRO chairman Jaco Breytenbach.
Seventy-five percent of Sapros sales are in the European markets where they are primarily sold as private label products in large European retail chains.
The EBRDs loan will finance part of the working capital required to start Sapros own production of the main raw material for wet wipes non-woven tissue or spunlace, which accounts for more than half the cost of the final product.
We see great potential and are happy to support Sapros growth as the market for wet wipes continues to grow in Turkey and elsewhere.