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capacitation

[kə‚pas·ə′tā·shən]
(physiology)
The process of physiological change occurring in mammalian spermatozoa during passage through the female reproductive tract that enables them to penetrate the egg membrane.
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In ceea ce priveste actele juridice incheiate de minorii cu capacitate de exercitiu restransa fara incuviintarea prealabila a autoritatii tutelare, in situatia in care o astfel de incuviintare este necesara sunt afectate de nulitate relativa, fara a mai fi nevoie sa se dovedeasca leziunea (12).
"PIA, under the MOA, will try ev-erything within its means to capacitate and train all your personnel involved in public information and development communication," Beltran pledged.
This seminar is to capacitate artists on how to brand themselves; price their products and market their services; and then equip them with their Intellectual Property Rights, Evio said.
'Our focus for now is to capacitate them," said Gumanao as his group is helping provide a platform for collaboration with other groups in several endeavors.
(For me, it would be better to capacitate them so they will know and be ready to become the true representatives of the youth.)
Senior Agriculturist Agnes Cecilia Roble said the DA Amad would 'provide the needed interventions to capacitate farmer entrepreneurs' to include training in Good Agricultural Practices to make their products more competitive.
19-21, finalists will undergo training on value chain analysis, marketing, finance, social mission and digitizing enterprises in order to capacitate them to scale.
Let us stick to the fundamental steps and capacitate our farmers and fisherfolks cooperatives so they can qualify to our credit programs, Piol added.
He said the agency would expand its support and services to capacitate institutions in the regions for science and technology.
He pleaded with government to fully equip and capacitate the Auditor General with manpower to reach its mandate of promoting accountability through quality audits in the public sector, which would ultimately assure the nation that public resources were applied for purposes intended.
The training on urban search and rescue was a partnership between the Provincial Disaster Management Centre and the National Disaster Management Centre and was intended to capacitate the fire fighters to effectively respond to emergency situations e.g.
Article 26 of the Family Code states that a divorce validly obtained by the alien spouse abroad, capacitating him to remarry shall likewise capacitate the Filipino spouse to remarry under the Philippine law."