WCCIWorld Congress on Computational Intelligence
WCCIWorld Changers Church International (est. 1981; College Park, GA)
WCCIWorld Council for Curriculum and Instruction (San Diego, CA)
WCCIWomen's Chamber of Commerce and Industry (various locations)
WCCIWarner Chilcott Company Inc. (Fajardo, Puerto Rico)
WCCIWorld Crafts Council International (est. 1964)
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According to a press release issued here, President WCCI was accompanied by Vice President, Afsheen Malik, Senior Members Asia Khna, Anila and others.
The WCCI president Azra Jamshid planted a sapling in lush green garden of the chamber to inaugurate the tree plantation drive in a single but an impressive function.
In 2018, the WCCI aided women in more than 550 cases of abuse in Bahrain.
The three-day training at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Bahrain was conducted by experts from WCCI, which is the only non-profit organisation in the GCC that offers such support.
WCCI president Azra Jamshid, former president Fitrat Ilyas Bilour, vice president Afsheen Malik, a representative of Saarc Women Entrepreneur, Dr Saima Huma Tanveer, Project Director Rukhsana Nadir and others shared their views.
WCCI does this by collaborating with the hospital emergency rooms and creates a 24 hour, 7 day a week crisis advocate on-call calendar for the hospitals.
The Georgia report follows up on a 2012 WCCI study, which found that from 2007/2008 to 2010/2011, the frequency and cost of physician-dispensed drugs grew rapidly.
Those present on the occasion were SMEDA Chief, Javed Iqbal Khattak, president Women Chamber of Commerce and Industry (WCCI), In-charge WBDC, Nabila and a large number of women entrepreneurs.
The delegation from Pakistan under the banner of Women's Chamber of Commerce and Industry (WCCI) was led by fashion designer, Faizaa Samee.
[The "International Journal of Curriculum and Instruction" is published by the World Council for Curriculum and Instruction (WCCI).]
The trade Expo was held under the auspices of Women Chamber of Commerce and Industry (WCCI) Peshawar in collaboration with the World Bank in Islamabad, said in a press release.
Eleven women and six men, accompanied by two guides, are undertaking this adventure in hopes of raising funds for Women's Crisis Care International (WCCI), which is the only domestic and sexual violence crisis response programme in the Gulf.