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BRCS

abbreviation for
(Medicine) British Red Cross Society
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Nurses may simply go to the BRCS web site and apply for overseas work on line.
Almost all of VA's rehabilitation services for legally blind veterans are provided at Blind Rehabilitation Centers (BRC), an inpatient program.
Anyone wishing to help the BRCS can make a donation to The Queen Mother Memorial Fund by calling 020 7201 5070 or by writing to The Queen Mother Memorial Fund, British Red Cross, Freepost, London, SW1X 7BR.
The matriarch, who was President of the BRCS, had experience of the tracing service which found her brother, Michael Claude Hamilton Bowes-Lyon, to a prisoner-of-war camp in World War I, and her nephew John Alexander Elphinstone in a similar situation during World War II.
I am the special education administrator of BRCS, a position created specifically to ensure an effective program for special education students.
He said the launch of the ambitious project in Bahrain comes after a similar project set up by the BRCS in Sri Lanka.
Incidentally, upon returning home in 2011 after pursuing a four-year BA in Mass Communication at Curtin University, Malaysia, Fembo worked with various employers including Botswana Public Officers Pension Fund, Botswana Life, BIE, Business Botswana prior to joining BRCS in 2015.
BRCS urges all supporters, including private companies, institutions, individuals and well-wishers, to come forward and support us so that we can together help this Ramadan.
"The societies like the BRCS work in such situations independently, but in this case, we urge them to complement us with their expertise so that we reach out as quickly as possible and minimise expenses in helping the people who are suffering."
When VA reviewed all of the veterans who, as of March 31, 2004, were on the waiting list for admission to the five BRCs GAO visited, VA officials reported that 315 out of 1,501 of them, or 21 percent, could potentially be better served through access to outpatient blind rehabilitation services, if such services were available.
The matriarch, who was president of the BRCS, had first-hand experience of the tracing service as it was the Red Cross that traced her brother, Michael Claude Hamilton Bowes-Lyon, to a PoW camp during the First World War, and that found her nephew, John Alexander Elphinstone, in a similar situation during the Second World War.
A WELL-EQUIPPED ambulance will accompany pilgrims during Haj for the 15th year running courtesy of the Bahrain Red Crescent Society (BRCS).