WERU

AcronymDefinition
WERUWelsh Economy Research Unit
WERUWind Energy Research Unit (Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation; Australia)
WERUWork and Employment Research Unit (UK)
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A firm in the medical and healthcare sectortold WERU researchersa hard Brexit would mean a loss of productivity and competitiveness at its Welsh plant, while adding significant costs.
Katei saibansho ni yattekuru kodomo no weru bi-ingu [Well-being of children who have been referred to family courts].
Kilimanjaro's iconic ice cap has retreated 75 per cent since 1912, taking with it the glaciers that help to feed the Weru Weru and Kikafu rivers, important branches in the headwaters of the Pangani.
(8) The differences between these Kalasha communities are perceived by their Nuristani neighbours, who call the people of Birir "Weru" and those of Bumburet and Rumbur "Kasuo".
The full Lions party travelled from Auckland to Rotorua for the powhiri, which involved a band of fierce-looking, spear-wielding tattooed Maori warriors from the Te Arawa Iwi (tribe) laying down the weru (challenge).
This paper draws from the discussions within the Millennium Project's Taskforce on Improving the Lives of Slum Dwellers, of which the author was a member--and in particular from the work of several of its members, Somsook Boonyabancha, Arif Hasan, Jane Weru, Alfredo Stein, Joel Bolnick and Sheela Patel.
"Unity is strength," says Jane Weru, the head of Pamoja Trust, which is supporting the federation in 40 of Nairobi's more than 100 slums.
"Our public affairs programs often awaken people to take action, to get involved, sometimes to start new organizations to work on specific issues," write Marty Durlin, station manager of KGNU in Boulder, Colorado, and Cathy Melio, former manager of WERU in East Orland, Maine, in a paper on the grassroots radio movement.
2) serves only ten houses and is unlikely to feature in official statistics; the Musa furrow, which diverts water from the Weru Weru river, serves about 600 families.
Four friends of the late Maureen Wanjiku Mwihaki, a Chuka University student who died after attending a graduation party in Murang'a, and a doctor who allegedly treated her, will now face murder charges.Investigating Officer Pius Kasuni told a Murang'a court Wednesday that Brenda Wanjiru Mukaya, whose graduation from Murang'a University they were celebrating, Maureen Wambui, a student from Pwani University, Allan Muchangi Munuhe, Joseph Weru Wairimu and Dr Peter Kiarie Njau will face murder charges after he concluded investigations linking the five to the killing of the student.
They were former Starehe MP Bishop Margaret Wanjiru, Nairobi businesswoman Agnes Kagure, former Nairobi woman representative aspirant and lawyer Karen Nyamu and lawyer Jane Weru.