The LPI-010 event includes the construction of 3 projects for Water Supply and 10 for Rural Sanitation, in the departments of Chiquimula, Baja Verapaz and Quiche.
What does BV stand for?
BV stands for Baja Verapaz (Guatemala; territorial division)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 24 other meanings of BV in our Acronym Attic
- Buying Team Leader (US FEMA)
- Buying Team Member
- Basketball Union of Zimbabwe
- Bushehr, Iran - Bushehr (Airport Code)
- Business Utility Zone
- Buitenlandse Zaken (Dutch: Foreign Affairs)
- Back View
- Backing Vocals
- Bacterial Vaginosis (medical)
- Bad Vibe
Samples in periodicals archive:
We were delighted by the multicolored scenery and enchanted by the forest home of the resplendent quetzal in Alta and Baja Verapaz.
The event occurred at 0930 h EST on 27 October 2004 in Sierra de las Minas Biosphere Reserve, San Jer6nimo, Department of Baja Verapaz, in the highlands of eastern Guatemala (15[degrees]2'22.
In May 2003, Mayan priest Gerardo Camo Manuel was killed during a religious ceremony in Rabinal, Baja Verapaz Province, after reportedly receiving death threats from one or more members of his community.
But fears were assuaged somewhat by the moral support of survivors of similar massacres who came from the Baja Verapaz and Chimaltenango provinces.
The Matanzas license covers an area of 28 km 2 and together with the Quisis exploration license and the Rio Colorado application for license forms part of a 12 km long contiguous block located west of the Sechol Project and lying within the Baja Verapaz ophiolitic belt, a belt that includes major nickel deposits.
5 million for a seed research station, located in Salama, Baja Verapaz, reports Prensalibre.
Since October 1, heavy and continuous rainfall associated with Hurricane Stan has caused severe flooding and mudslides in Guatemala, affecting communities in the provinces of Escuintla, Guatemala, Quetzaltenango, Chiquimula, San Marcos, Chimaltenango, El Quiche, and Baja Verapaz, and causing more than 120,000 people to evacuate to shelters.