It is a World Environment Fund (WEF) project, financed by a donation worth $1.
What does WEF stand for?
WEF stands for World Environment Fund
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We have 48 other meanings of WEF in our Acronym Attic
- Water Environment Federation
- Web EFuture (Web Solutions; India)
- Weight Enumerating Function
- Winter Equestrian Festival (Wellington, FL)
- With Effect From (aviation)
- With Effective From
- World Economic Forum
- World Economic Fund
- World Education Fellowship (Australia)
- World Education Fund (est. 2006)
- World Evangelical Fellowship
- World Express Freight (various locations)
- Wrestling Entertainment Federation
- Water Earth Fire Air
- Weighted Factors Analysis
- Weir Farm National Historic Site (US National Park Service)
- Wharton Econometric Forecasting Associates
- Winning Eleven Futebol Associado (Portuguese: Winning Eleven Soccer Association)
- Women Economic Empowerment Association
- Weather Facsimile
Samples in periodicals archive:
A new programme, known as TSP, has been set up by the government in coordination with the EU, the World Environment Fund and the World Bank's Clean Technologies Fund.
They also underlined the importance of urging Arab countries to seek support from the World Environment Fund, stressing the need for increasing Arab coordination in this regard.
The project's funding, which amounts to 8 million dinars, will be ensured under the form of donation from the World Environment Fund.
The conference will include Saudi Oil Minister Ali Al Nuaimi, Egyptian Marine Resources Minister Mahmood Abu Zaid, Jordanian Environment Minister Khalid Al Irani, GCC general-secretary Abdul Rahman Al Attiyah, former Jordanian Prime Minister Adnan Badran, Abu Dhabi Executive Council general secretary Mohammed Al Bawardi, Opec International Development Fund general manager Sulaiman Al Harbash and the former World Environment Fund former chief executive Mohammed Al Eshari.
TUNIS (TAP) - The financing allocated currently by the World Bank to Tunisia for the implementation of environmental projects are estimated at about 45 million dollars, granted as donations through the World Environment fund.