Project successes By mid-2009, AKU had conducted 15 trainings and participated in follow-up experience-sharing forums conducted in conjunction with the country's National AIDS Control Councils (NACC), where project work plans developed by nurses were reviewed for compliance with the respective national HIV/AIDS Strategic Plans.
What does NSP stand for?
NSP stands for National HIV/AIDS Strategic Plan
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- National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine (formerly Ukrainian State Symphony Orchestra; est. 1918)
- Netaji Subhas Open University (India)
- New School Online University (New School University; New York, NY)
- Non-Specific Oral Ulceration
- Nihon Software Outsourcing Vision, Inc.
- National Symphony Orchestra of Washington (Washington, DC)
- Night Stalkers on Wheels (motorcycle club)
- Narrow Spot (stage lighting)
- NASA Support Plan
- NASCAR (National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing) Speedpark (various locations)
- National Scholarship Program (various locations)
- National Science Partnership (Girls Scouts of America/Franklin Museum)
- National Search and Rescue Plan
- National Security Project (various organizations)
- National Selection Process
- National Signaling Point (CCS #7 ITU-T)
- National Signatures Program
- National Sisterhood of Presvyteres (Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America)
- National Ski Patrol
- National Sleep Products (Wayne, NE)
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The National HIV/AIDS Strategic Plan (NSP), 2007-2012.
Intermediate indicators will monitor the progress in achieving prevention and treatment targets and the availability of timely inputs that contribute to achievement of the project impact and outcomes (see Annex 3) in support of the goal of the national program as specified in the National HIV/AIDS Strategic Plan 2007-2012--to halt and begin to reverse the spread of HIV/AIDS as well as STIs by providing universal access to prevention, care and treatment.