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EPI

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épi
The spire-shaped termination of a projecting point or angle of a roof.
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During the ICC meeting, provincial EPI managers also presented their progress on the PC-1 for EPI programs.
The ground reality is that 95% of these vaccines are imported with strict quality criterion, she said reiterating that since quality of none of the EPI vaccines can be considered compromised it is a joint responsibility of all relevant sections to motivate parents to avail EPI facility.
The briefing was followed by Minister's visit to the EPI warehouses to observe the vaccine storage and other logistics and vaccine management concerns.
EPI works closely with its customer base, including original equipment manufacturers and other companies servicing the recreational vehicle, marine, and highway safety markets, to design and engineer plastic parts and products.
IWS EPI Suite, the leading photo ID software solution that enables users to easily create, manage and produce simple-to-complex secure identification, with biometrics.
District Health Officer Shanga, EPI Coordinator, all the EPI Supervisors and field staff including female staff attended the meeting.
He said 36 EPI technicians and 18 class-IV employees had not been paid salary, which had plunged them into financial crisis.
For every 5 packs purchased online, EPI will donate one pack to the relief effort.
The study finds that from 1987 to 2001 the CPI and the EPI had similar movements, rising 57 percent and 54 percent, respectively.
Zamora, EPI chair and SVP of marketing and strategic planning of Nickel Asia.
EPI is the division that provides technical assistance and collaborative opportunities for federal, state, and local community emergency programs to address the needs of people with disabilities regarding planning, preparing, response and recovery from emergencies and disasters.
Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency, or EPI, also referred to as Pancreatic Hypoplasia or Pancreatic Acinar Atrophy (PAA), is a disease of maldigestion and malabsorption, which when left untreated eventually leads to starvation.