Qasab was caught on camera and sufficient evidence for action against him was available on record.
What does EfA stand for?
EfA stands for Evidence for Action (various locations)
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We have 150 other meanings of EfA in our Acronym Attic
- Etsy for Animals
- European Federation of Allergy and Airway Diseases Patients Association (Brussels, Belgium)
- European Federation of Asthma and Allergy Associations
- European Fighter Aircraft
- European Film Awards
- European Finance Association
- European Free Alliance
- European Fundraising Association
- Event Frequency Analysis
- Everglades Forever Act of 1994
- Exchange Fund Account (Department of Finance Canada)
- Exhibitions for Africa (trade show company)
- Expedited Funds Availability Act
- Experiment Flight Applications
- Exploratory Factor Analysis
- Export Finance Advisor
- Exportatrice Française d'Agroalimentaire (French: Export of French Food)
- Extended File Attribute
- External Function Acknowledge
- Exchange Factor for ARF6
Samples in periodicals archive:
Former Interior Minister Pavle Trajanov in an interview with newspaper Fokus stated that it will be "a catastrophe if there is no strong evidence for action "Monster".
Cavill, a co-author of the book entitled Physical Activity and Health in Europe: Evidence for Action along with Sonja Kahlmeier and Francesca Racioppi under the auspices of the World Health Organisation (WHO), has been extensively associated with health and wellness in the UK for the past more than two decades.
They form part of the Evidence for Action series and build on policy guidance on both TB/HIV and injecting drug use.
People, I suggest to Hanson, will be frustrated that a review is needed, when the evidence for action already exists.
That would have been enough evidence for action under any circumstances.
2 Adherence to Long-Term Therapies: Evidence for Action.
According to a recent report by the World Health Organization titled "Adherence to Long-term Therapies: Evidence for Action," 50% of patients with chronic disease do not take their medication as prescribed.