SKI

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AcronymDefinition
SKISloan Kettering Institute (oncology; New York)
SKISymmetric Key Interface
SKISouthwest Kidney Institute (Tempe, AZ)
SKIStatens Kärnkraftinspektion (Swedish Nuclear Power Inspectorate)
SKISister Kenny Institute (Minnesota)
SKIStreet Kids International (est. 1988)
SKISheffield Kidney Institute (UK)
SKISmith-Kettlewell Institute (San Francisco, California)
SKISubject Key Identifier (digital certificates)
SKISymmetric Key Infrastructure (ActiveCard)
SKISpend Kids' Inheritance :-)
SKISocialinës Komunikacijos Institutas (Social Communication Institute; Vilnius, Lithuania)
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He is the founder of the Street Kids International Charity and the Trails Youth Initiative programme and has three decades of close involvement with children of four groups: waraffected children, street children, working children and children living in jails or other institutions.
Emma McCune, an expat with the Volunteer Services Overseas and then for the Unicef-funded Street Kids International, met and married Machar in 1991.
Sunday with a performance by Priscilla Dantas, a young Brazilian pianist who was an exchange student at Churchill High School as part of the Students Helping Street Kids International Program and who now studies music at the University of Oregon.
The airline's donation of five million Aeroplan miles, the equivalent of 150 trips, will be donated to The Children's Miracle Network Canada, Breakfast Clubs of Canada, Street Kids International, Starlight Starbright Children's Foundation Canada and Dreams Take Flight.
Ellis has directed royalties of subsequent books to Street Kids International and UNICEF.
Jeff 's class had discovered an exciting charity called Students Helping Street Kids International (SHSKI), which was founded by Bob Crites.
Proceeds from the sales of this book will go to Street Kids International.
Dalglish is a lawyer and the founder of Street Kids International.
To mark the Brazilian festival here, a fundraising event celebrating its 10th anniversary returns to Cozmic to get people dancing and having a joyous time while collecting cash for Students Helping Street Kids International.
Any proceeds will go toward Dantas' scholarship, provided through the locally based Students Helping Street Kids International.
Brought to Oregon by the nonprofit agency Students Helping Street Kids International, Dantas will attend Churchill High School in the fall.
Crites, a longtime Springfield School District counselor who retired in 2003, is the founder of Students Helping Street Kids International, a small aid organization that has helped pay the costs of private school tuition, books and other supplies for 51 impoverished children in Brazil and Tanzania during the past 10 years.