SIWI

AcronymDefinition
SIWIStockholm International Water Institute
SIWISwedish International Water Institute
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d/hh students who participate in SIWI benefit linguistically from being conversational partners during meaningful writing activities [32].
Torgny Holmgren, the Executive Director of the SIWI, announced that the African Development Bank (AfDB), Nature Conservancy and World Water Assessment Program would be the three key collaborating partners for the 2018 edition.
Organisee depuis 1991 par l'Institut International de l'Eau de Stockholm (SIWI), la Semaine mondiale de l'eau se veut, selon ses initiateurs, un forum unique pour les echanges de points de vue et le partage des experiences et des pratiques entre la communaute scientifique, le monde des affaires, le milieu politique et la societe civile.
Psychogenic polydipsia (PPD) or self-induced water intoxication (i.e., SIWI) or water intoxication are all used to describe compulsive water drinking.
ITP member companies collaborated to develop the methodology, working with KPMG as technical consultants and with feedback from a stakeholder steering group of global experts, including the Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI), Water Footprint Network, CDP and CEO Water Mandate.
August 2, 2016 (ADDIS ABABA) -- The Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI) held a media training for journalists drawn from four of the Nile Basin countries.
These views were expressed by Arif Ahmed, Secretary, Ministry of Climate Change (MoCC) during his participation in World Water Week (WWW) organized by Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI).
The annual global water event is organised by the Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI) and has been taking place in Stockholm, Sweden since 1991.
The World Water Week in Stockholm is an annual event that focuses on current global water issues, and is organized by the Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI).
(2) "Issiwan" (the Siwans) is the local term used in Siwi language to refer to the inhabitants of Siwa (see Blottiere).
"When delivering health messages, people need to recognize that such beliefs [witchcraft and sorcery] exist and do impact people's understanding of health," Lillian Siwi, head of health in Eastern Highlands Province, said.
Battini ( 52kg), Sarita Tomar ( 54kg), Kanwaljeet Kaur ( 57kg) and Siwi ( 60kg)