Procesa Chiapas has developed products with high nutritional value for different markets, including low-income children who are served through government food assistance programs.
What does CHIS stand for?
CHIS stands for Chiapas (Estado de México)
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We have 21 other meanings of CHIS in our Acronym Attic
- Canadian Hospitals Injury Reporting and Prevention Program
- Children's Hospital Injury Research and Prevention Program (Canada)
- Computer Hardware Inventory and Repair Processing System
- Confidential Human Factors Reporting System (UK)
- Community Head Injury Resource Services (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
- Community Health Intensity Rate Scale
- Community Housing Information and Reference Services (Australia)
- Consumer Health Information Resource Service (est. 1985; Nebraska)
- California Health Interview Survey (University of California, Los Angeles; Center for Health Policy Research; Los Angeles, CA)
- Channel Islands National Park (US National Park Service)
- Community Health Information System
- Consumer Health Information Service (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
- Covert Human Intelligence Source (Crown Prosecution Service; UK)
- Committee for Health in Southern Africa (est. 1984)
- Cedar Hill Independent School District (Cedar Hill, Texas)
- Channel Initiated Secondary Electron (semiconductors)
- Computer Human Interaction and Software Engineering Lab (University of Victoria; Canada)
- Computer Human Interaction Special Interest Group
- Chicago White Sox (baseball team)
- Carolina Hispanic Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
These were determined as new records for the state by comparison to those taxa reported from Chiapas by Mickel and Smith (Mem.
The two most recent governors of Chiapas are viewed very differently in the public eye, especially regarding the manner in which they used public resources to benefit the citizens of one of the poorest states in Mexico.
The EZLN mobilized some 2,000 armed peasants to occupy a chain of mountain towns in Chiapas and confront local and federal authorities, only retreating when then-President Carlos Salinas ordered 70,000 troops to the region.
Last February, a cruise ship visited the Port of Chiapas for the first time.
Crucified women of Chiapas To illustrate how powerful, both for good and for ill, are interpretations of the passion in the lives of suffering peoples of today, I begin with a description of life for a typical woman in rural Chiapas.
Additional field collections are being conducted to establish the distribution range of this species along the Chiapas coastal plain, to determinate the entomologic levels of infestation, and to determine its susceptibility to insecticides.
I was listed as part of the Chiapas Coalition, [described as] a criminal extremist group.