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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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Meanwhile, the so-called Aid industry states that Africa needs $20bn to survive the credit crunch.
Indeed, one of the main problems with a sloppy concept like 'governance' , once it comes to be embedded in the title of a donor-funded research programme, is that academic specialists either find themselves in the business of 'deconstructing' it, and thus contributing to the cycles of linguistic fashion by which the aid industry is constantly inventing new labels for that ultimate 'obstacle to development' which explains its own failures and frustrations, or else ad opting the more pragmatic course of translating it into terms like 'law and order', which have a more enduring resonance with ordinary human beings.
SPI's Council for Solid Waste Solutions and the National Food Processors Association will jointy develop guidelines to aid industry in establishing the safety and regulatory compliance of recycled plastics in food packaging.
The guidelines provide a statement of principles from the professions of speech-language pathology and audiology which takes into account changes in state programs and the rapid and expanding technology of the hearing aid industry.
In particular, the improving construction market will aid industry demand and bolster revenue growth.
I hope that securing these new markets will aid industry in achieving the ambitious export growth targets set out in Going for Growth.
Overall, less than 50% of employed Namibians are covered and the partners in the medical aid industry should work together and find a solution for this challenge.
Based on articles published by the World Bank's Rapid Response Unit, this work by Klein (vice president for private sector development for the World Bank and the International Finance Corporation), Harford (an economist at the International Finance Corporation), and colleagues analyze the aid industry as operating in a competitive market and promote competition as way to improve performance and benefit the poor.
MINNEAPOLIS -- The hearing industry's largest manufacturers have collaborated to create the Hearing Industry Research Consortium (IRC) to develop and direct a non-competitive, mutually agreed upon research agenda benefitting the hearing aid industry, its customers and end users.
It will study the humanitarian aid industry and its role in managing disaster.
The principal markets of the global hearing aid industry include Europe, North America, and Asia-Pacific.