YFS


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YFSYork Federation of Students (Canada)
YFSYards from Scrimmage (American football statistic)
YFSYouth-Friendly Service (UNICEF)
YFSYellow Freight System
YFSYoung Free and Single
YFSFort Simpson, Northwest Territories, Canada - Fort Simpson Airport (Airport Code)
YFSYouth Football Scotland (UK)
YFSYour Faithful Servant
YFSYearly Flu Shot (medical prevention)
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This paper describes how the LARCs and Youth study supported peer educators to dispel misconceptions about LARCs among their peers; counsel on all contraceptive methods; and refer prospective family planning (FP) clients, including LARCs clients, to YFS units; and assesses PEs contribution to increasing FP referrals, including LARCs (the indicator of primary interest).
YFS Magazine, Retrieved from http://yfsentrepreneur.com/2012/05/29/defining-moments-4-things-every-ceoshould-know-about-pivots/.
This meant that YFs were more difficult to change and privatize from above than state-owned firms of the other socialist states.
Despite widespread implementation of YFS in SA, early evidence indicates that the service delivery model could be significantly improved.
The seminar came in light of the outcomes of the study conducted by the Ministry in collaboration with the UNICEF about the Youths Friendly Spaces (YFS).
Plus see the Scottish Schools Shield draw on YFS website.
From 1934 to 1938, Julio Paternostro made two trips as a Yellow Fever Service (YFS) physician to regions on either side of the Rio Tocantins.
It is the position of the YFS and GSA that universities are sites where discussions and debates about difficult geopolitical questions should be promoted, not stifled.
Voltage noise is 2 nV/Hz at 1 kHz, 2 nV/Hz at 10 Hz typ., and High Gain is Yfs, 22 mS with 22 pF of capacitance.
The unit's voltage noise is 1 nV/Hz at 1 kHz, 2 nV/Hz at 10 Hz typical, and a high gain (yfs, 22ms) with 22 pF of capacitance.