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empowerment

Politics (in South Africa) a policy of providing special opportunities in employment, training, etc. for Blacks and others disadvantaged under apartheid
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I recognize and applaud months of intervention of Empower 54 in subjugating the spread of malnutrition in Nigeria and across Africa.
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94% net worth and a loss $263,000 in 2009, "sought a way of offering a broader product and service menu and this is something we can provide," said John Wakefield, president/CEO of Empower.
What They Do: The Emma Family Resource Center looks to "support families in a way that challenges and empowers them to make positive choices for themselves.
It is critical for proposed and enacted public laws and policies to empower systems so that they can have the power and control they need to establish and implement negotiations with other systems in ways that facilitate effective and efficient services to individuals with disabilities.
However, receiving also can empower in several ways.
Empower Software Solutions, a leading provider of workforce and human resources (HR) solutions, will host its annual user conference, EmpowerFocus, September 12-14, 2012, at the Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld[R].
com)-- In order to accommodate the demanding work schedules of its client hospitals, Empower Systems[R] has announced an exciting development for its Clinical Mobility[TM] division, bringing Empower ED[TM] and Empower Hospital + Office[TM] to the Apple iPad.
ORLANDO -- Empower Software Solutions, a leading provider of workforce and human resources (HR) solutions, announced current President and Chief Operating Officer, Jim Hoefflin, has been appointed President and CEO.
Additional Capital and Strategic Resources Position Empower to Add Complementary Services and Accelerate Growth