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WELWomen's Executive Leadership (program)
WELWildcat Exploration Ltd. (Canada)
WELWave Engineering Laboratories (Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International; Japan)
WELWater Efficiency Leader (US EPA; annual award; est. 2006)
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WELWater Environment and Life Organisation (Nepal)
WELWomen Electoral Lobby (Australia)
WELWhat Ever, Loser
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According to a press release issued here on Tuesday, these VSWA (Voluntary Social Welfare Agencies) neither approached the Regulating Authority in response to notices served upon them nor availed the opportunity of being heard under section 10(1) of the ordinance 1961.
He stated this during a visit to Social Welfare Complex Peoples Colony to review the performance of different institutions being run under the Social Welfare Department.
Nadeem Shafiq Malik, Chairman, National Council of Social Welfare said that National Council of Social Welfare (NCSW) is focusing on the welfare programme for the vulnerable groups of the community.
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First, does the birthplace of the immigrant matter with respect to their welfare participation?
The portal provides access to a wide range of resource material on the welfare of farm and working animals, including material provided by animal welfare societies and farming organisations.
Above all, experience with welfare reform since 1996 shows conclusively that most low-income families are capable of finding and holding jobs while, with government support, increasing the financial well-being of their children, according to Haskins.
Gregory Kasza's One World of Welfare: Japan in Comparative Perspective is a long-overdue, comprehensive study of Japan's welfare policies.
The economic, political and philosophical analysis of the idea of welfare has, for many decades, been conducted in the shadow of the welfare state; that is, in the shadow of the idea that the pursuit of welfare, or the support of welfare, or the guarantee of at least some minimum level of welfare is, or should be, the responsibility of the state.
Since the passage of welfare reform in 1996 there has been extensive research on its implementation and the impact of its provisions on children and families.
The review, Strengthen the Commitment--an External Review of the Child Welfare System, was Conducted by Michael Hardy, Executive Director of Tikinagan Child and Family Services; Billie Schibler, Children's Advocate; and Irene Hamilton, Ombudsman.