The benefits of combining the Arabian Horse Registry and the International Arabian Horse Association into the Arabian Horse Association are: * The most significant benefit of the restructure was the awareness of the lack of a strategic plan and the effort of the organization to correct that situation at the request of its members.
What does IAHA stand for?
IAHA stands for International Arabian Horse Association
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We have 22 other meanings of IAHA in our Acronym Attic
- Institute for Animal Health (UK)
- Institute for the Arts and Humanities (various locations)
- International Association of Hydrogeologists
- International Association of Hydrologists
- International Association of Hypno-Analysts
- Is Anybody Home? (Our Lady Peace song)
- Illinois Association of Healthcare Attorneys (Naperville, IL)
- Independent Aircraft Handling Association
- Institute for the Advancement of Hawaiian Affairs (est. 1985)
- International Air and Hospitality Academy (Vancouver, WA)
- International Association of Haunted Attractions
- International Association of Hospitality Accountants
- International Apis Health Assessment Committee (Canada)
- International Association of Human-Animal Interaction Organizations
- I Am Happy Blue (website)
- International Association of Human Biologists (est. 1967)
- The International Association of Home Business Entrepreneurs
- Indiana Arabian Horse Club
- International Ad Hoc Committee
- International Assets Holding Corporation (financial services)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Not everyone would have seen the International Arabian Horse Association and the American Society of Travel Agents as the most logical places to look for senior government executives.
A second organization, the International Arabian Horse Association, was formed later to register Half-Arabian horses and provide a marketing and member services organization.
President Bush appointed FEMA's current chief, Michael Brown, to head the agency after Brown left a controversial stint at the International Arabian Horse Association.