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a.1.Fain; glad; delighted.
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Nairobi, Kenya: FAWE. www.ungei.org/files/FAWE_GRP_ENGLISH_VERSION.pdf
FAWE was awarded the prize for its achievements in significantly enhancing gender equity and equality in education through targetted programs, having a profound impact on attitudes and practices towards girls' education and influencing education policies in 33 African countries.
This strategy involves the activation of latent defense mechanisms of plants in response to treatment with biotic or abiotic agents (FAWE et al., 2001).
Fawe, Menzies, Cherif, and Belanger (2001) suggested that root silicon plays a role in the signaling network and can induce systemic resistance in other organs.
Back in Kenya, Sankei used to work with organizations like FAWE, Forum for African Women Educationalists.
You can hop on and off as you please, perhaps taking in the houses of Lingholm and Fawe Park where Beatrix Potter spent time preparing material for her now famous stories.
[beaucoup moins que]Nous ne disposons pas de ressources suffisantes pour loger et assister financierement tous les refugies au Maroc[beaucoup plus grand que], souligne Marc Fawe, responsable au HCR.
--The Forum for African Women Educationalists (FAWE) in Uganda observes that menstruation is the most important factor affecting school dropout statistics among girls.
Tara Fawe, an account executive for personal insurance at Braley &Wellington Insurance Group on Park Avenue, said damage to vehicles caused by natural events such as hail, tornadoes or hurricanes would have to carry comprehensive coverage to be covered.Officials at Worcester Academy are looking into whether insurance will cover damage to their turf athletic field, known as Morse Field.
There are also government organizations like the Forum for African Women Educationalists (FAWE), which empower girls and women through gender-responsive education.
According to FAWE (2009), 47 percent of the world's children who do not attend school live in sub-Saharan Africa, and females constitute the majority of this statistic.
Fawe et al., [13] using the cucumber-powdery mildew pathosystem demonstrated the production of specific phytoalexins associated with Si-mediated resistance.