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Livelihood support will assist the poor with strengthening the operations of Common Interest Groups (CIGs), develop necessary skills and the further development of market linkages and ensure that women participate in and benefit from the project through targeted support to village level women s groups.
The Epra is a common interest group, which aims to promote, develop and represent the European public real estate sector.
More information about WCET's institutional membership resources, services and common interest groups can be found on WCET's website, http://wcet.
I do not mean TV and popular press, I mean getting to the market of the parishes, associations and common interest groups.
Unlike some common interest groups, Stitches and Hos does not feel exclusive or intimidating.
She was chairman of the Coating and Graphic Arts division in 2000 and was instrumental in the division's reorganization from eleven committees to five common interest groups.
Other names: sections, divisions, national partners, branches, affiliates, area councils, and common interest groups.
And I cannot believe that our kids would opt to belong to a group of gangsters, where their very lives could be jeopardized, over membership in a common interest group that develops wholesome pride and self-esteem.