stewardship


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the position of steward

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Under this MoU, Nestle Pakistan and SDPI will identify and prioritize opportunities and challenges for sustainable water management, presenting Water Stewardship as an effective means to address this challenge.
Facilities must "educate staff and licensed independent practitioners involved in antimicrobial ordering, dispensing, administration, and monitoring antimicrobial resistance and antimicrobial stewardship practices.
Saskatchewan has long promoted 4R Nutrient Stewardship and many farmers have adopted it as best practice, Agriculture Minister Lyle Stewart said.
Atlantic Stewardship Bank (ASB), the subsidiary of Stewardship Financial Corporation, is a full-service community bank serving individuals and businesses in New Jersey, The bank tithes or shares, 10 percent of its pre-tax profits with Christian and local charities selected by the board of directors.
Keywords: Stewardship, Health System, Governance, Manager
MANY lowland farmers will lose out under interim Environmental Stewardship measures, says farm business consultancy Strutt & Parker.
Stewardship in this context is broadly construed, according to Suzanne Lawson, co-ordinator, Together in Mission.
Stewardship Ontario, a private non-governmental organization, is studying whether the cups can be diverted from landfills and converted into material of value.
Effective stewardship programs combat that by ensuring the appropriate selection, dose, route and duration of antimicrobial therapy.
Stewardship Ontario, the province's recycling agency that angered consumers two years ago by introducing poorly explained "eco-fees," has thrown Ontario's hazardous-waste recycling business into disarray by imposing a controversial new pricing plan.
With the passionate insights of a pastor and the thorough explications of an academician, Professor Craig Satterlee approaches the perilous homilctical tension between preaching and stewardship.
For product stewardship to be successful, a wide range of parties have to be involved, the National Solid Wastes Management Association says.
Only three per cent mentioned stewardship or giving.
Stewardship theory has been used to explain the culture and relationships within family businesses.