In 2012, the Sub-Saharan African region is estimated to have received about $31bn in remittances, up 1 percent over 2011.
What does SSAR stand for?
SSAR stands for Sub-Saharan African Region
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We have 35 other meanings of SSAR in our Acronym Attic
- Second Stage Air Quality Review (UK)
- S-Band Single Access Return
- Scheduled Sequence Achievement Ratio
- Security Systems Applications and Research (San Diego, CA)
- Société Suisse d'Anesthésiologie et de Réanimation
- Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles (Danbury, Connecticut)
- Special Studies and Applied Research (World Health Organization)
- Specifications and Standards Acquisition Reform
- Standard Safety Analysis Report
- Stereo Synthetic Aperture Radar
- Subsystem Safety Assessment Report
- Suspected Serious Adverse Reaction (clinical research)
- Safe Schools Assessment and Resource Bank (Longmont, CO)
- Service Systems Acquisition Review Council
- Sample Surveys in Agriculture and Rural Development
- Southern Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program
- Strategic Scanning and Assessments of Remote Hosts (network security)
- Society for Sustainable Agriculture and Resource Management (awareness group)
- Swedish-South African Research Network on Music and Identity (international book project)
- Southern Sudan Agriculture Revitalization Program (US and Sudan)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The sub-Saharan African region continues to have the largest number of people infected with HIV.
It plans to use the extra capacity to launch two new satellite broadcast platforms to serve the sub-Saharan African region.
Anthony Vonsee, managing director for Cisco North Africa Levant commented: "The deployment of Cisco TelePresence technology can now be increased significantly throughout the sub-Saharan African region with the arrival of submarine cables, which now offer high bandwidth at attractive prices.
8, 2009 (TAP) - Public Health Minister Mondher Zenaidi conferred on Tuesday in Tunis, with Cameroonian Health Minister AndrE[umlaut] Mama Fouda, who is visiting Tunisia on the meeting of the African Development Bank (AfDB) devoted to the programme of fight against onchocerciasis (river blindness), a disease widespread in some Sub-Saharan African regions and Latin America.
According to the latest statistics, the sub-Saharan African region has an index averaging less than 2.