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Gianessi, former program director and senior research associate at the National Center for Food and Agricultural Policy (NCFAP), a private nonprofit, non-advocacy research organization, will focus CPRI's research on the use and economic benefits of pesticides in U.
is a community-based private nonprofit corporation which offers training, consulting, technical assistance and financing to small- and medium-size businesses.
We may quibble a bit about the new "foundation" idea, and try to help mold an approach that utilizes Global ReLeaf and similar private nonprofit efforts to mobilize the private sector.
Tierra del Sol, a private nonprofit organization, has been providing training, employment and support services for those with mental retardation and other disabilities for 30 years.
Qualis Health, a private nonprofit Quality Improvement Organization was appointed based on its relationships with key Washington information technology stakeholders and the organization's experience managing health technology initiatives such as DOQ-IT (Doctor's Office Quality - Information Technology).
Such energy is important in directing the private nonprofit organization as it continues to provide a valuable service heading into its fourth decade.
Reviewing all private nonprofit groups removes the taint of unfairness, Rosenfield said.
The Foundation, a private nonprofit organization supported solely by Fannie Mae, has regional offices in Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Pasadena and Philadelphia.