The Lords' improvements have the backing of a broad spectrum of children's charities, young people's charities, the National Federation of Women's Institutes, Mumsnet and Netmums, Action Against Medical Accidents, Gingerbread and many church and faith groups.
What does NFWI stand for?
NFWI stands for National Federation of Women's Institutes (UK)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- National Family Welfare Council of Malawi
- National Fish and Wildlife Conservation Office
- Navajo Fish and Wildlife Department
- North Florida Workforce Development Board (Madison, FL)
- National Fish and Wildlife Foundation
- National Fish and Wildlife Fund (Washington, DC)
- National Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame (Hayward, WI)
- Native Fish Work Group (Lake Mohave; Arizona and Nevada)
- Neutrino Factory Working Group (physics)
- Non-Freeze Wall Hydrant
- No Freaking Way in Hell (polite form)
- No Freaking Way in the World
- National Foundation for Women Legislators (Washington, DC)
- National Farm Worker Ministry (faith-based farm workers' organization)
- Northwest Florida Water Management District
- Nevada Fish and Wildlife Office (US FWS)
- New Forms of Work Organization
- Non-Factors Worthy of Discussion (US DoD)
- National Family Welfare Programme (India)
- North Fork Watershed Project (est. 2002; West Virginia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Craft Club initiative is being run by the Crafts Council, in partnership with the National Federation of Women's Institutes and the UK Hand Knitting Association.
The National Federation of Women's Institutes (NFWI) has joined the NFU's campaign again and will work with it to look at allegations of bullyboy tactics by supermarkets and what happens to the millions of pounds generated by the industry which do not reach the farmer.
A National Federation of Women's Institutes (NFWI) spokesman said: "This is the first time we have been to Liverpool.
According to the National Federation of Women's Institutes, pounds 8 out of every pounds 50 we spend in Tesco, Sainsburys and the rest goes on the cost of plastic and shrink-wrap that we do not want, and have to dispose of.
The National Federation of Women's Institutes said the issue needed to be urgently addressed as small shops were closing at a rate of 50 per week and many farmers were being forced out of business by the unfair buying practices of supermarkets.
By 1917, 137 WIs were up and running, the organisation became independent and the The National Federation of Women's Institutes (NFWI) was formed, with Lady Denman as chairman.