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Synonyms for aid

Synonyms for aid

to give support or assistance

the act or an instance of helping

assistance, especially money, food, and other necessities, given to the needy or dispossessed

Synonyms for aid

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As was noted, financial aid applications require financial data only about parents and children, not grandparents.
That's the essence of the financial-aid shell game, played with international foreign aid (and, in a slightly modified version, with "free trade" agreements).
More than 20 million people have died of AIDS since it was first identified in 1981.
The White House and USAID have proposed to spend in 2006 one quarter of its food aid budget to buy food grown by local or regional producers.
At a contentious trustees meeting, we recommended that the college increase its financial aid budget by 300 percent.
Her condition improved significantly, however, after her medical aid paid for a highly active antiretroviral therapy to treat the disease, in addition to providing her with counseling on how to properly use the medication.
As if to outdo himself, President Bush last year announced another new aid program: $10 billion over five years to combat the AIDS pandemic in Tanzania and 13 other poor countries in Africa and the Caribbean, roughly quadrupling current U.
Behind-the-Ear: This kind of hearing aid fits behind the ear and carries sound to the ear through a custom ear mold.
These become the world's first reported AIDS cases.
We all have choices to make in life, so as long as the AIDS epidemic exists, there's nothing I'd rather be doing than devoting my time to confronting it.
We worked hard to give comfort, but people with AIDS died anyway.
Then tell them that an African man or woman dies of AIDS every 13 seconds.
Faced with the worrying increase of AIDS in our country--and the suffering which it creates--the Catholic Church must contribute to the struggle against the disease," says Monsignor Basile Tapsoba, the bishop of Koudogou in Burkina Faso.
Note: The list below does not include most meetings designed primarily as continuing medical education (CME) training for medical professionals--some of which, like those of the AIDS Education and Training Centers (AETCs), we highly recommend.
My book is dedicated to my friend Bill Bagwell because he's the one who made AIDS personal for me.