Economic Commission for Europe

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Noun1.Economic Commission for Europe - the commission of the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations that is concerned with economic development in Europe
Economic and Social Council commission, ECOSOC commission - a commission of the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations
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Weatherly and ECE have now entered into a binding agreement whereby Weatherly will purchase all of ECE's shares in CARN for cash consideration of USD 600,000 in order to increase Weatherly's ownership of CARN to 90%.
In Punjab, Plan International Pakistan has closely worked with Quaid-e-Azam Academy for Educational Development (QAED), School Education Department, and Government of Punjab to develop ECE Teacher Guide.
Some of the strongest promoters of New Zealand's pre-eminent position are those who have been most influential on the development of ECE policy and curriculum over the last 25 years (e.
Some ultrasound doctors do not routinely assess CI or ECE and cervical lymph nodes during thyroid ultrasonography, and it was suggested that a series of ultrasonic operation standard should be gradually established.
The ECE centre is located in an affluent suburb of Auckland, New Zealand's largest city.
2]-weighted sequences with diffusion-weighted imaging (DWI) and dynamic contrast enhanced (DCE) imaging to predict ECE was 39%, 56%, 45%, and 50%, respectively, while SVI prediction was 33%, 95%, 50%, and 91%, respectively.
After completion of this training, these master trainers will train 5,000 ECE teachers, 5,000 ECE head teachers, 5,000 caregivers and 15,000 school council members till March 2017.
This was stated by Minister Education Rana Mashhood Ahmad Khan during the closing ceremony of Two weeks training of 72 ECE Master Trainers at Directorate of Staff Development.
teachers would be recruited only for primary schools, adding that investment in ECE was a commitment to the bright and prosperous
To identify and determine the use frequency of music activities for the three ECE profiles, a Likert scale was used (Likert, 1932).
It was hoped that the ECE project would make learning attractive for them, he added.