West Africa Rice Development Association

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West Africa Rice Development Association

Also called WARDA. An international organization that conducts academic and scientific research to promote the development of rice cultivation. WARDA primarily benefits small farmers in West Africa. It works with governments, universities and other organizations in conducting its activities. It was established in 1971.
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Warda and her son Bilal, 13, daughter Rayan, 7, and her youngest, a 3-year-old boy named Ibrahim, are among the 1 million refugees who stayed in neighboring Lebanon.
I start always with a well-cooked plan but in the process the spontaneity comes and it deviates me from the preconceived composition and the works end up mostly with pleasant surprises,' Warda explains her style of work.
Abu Warda said the friendly match against the Vietnamese national team is also expected to improve the performance of our team before the official start of the tournament on Tuesday.
The Americans "know how to tackle these terrorist groups," Warda said.
Jane' said her company conducted recruitments for companies based in the Middle East and asked if Warda was free for an interview right then.
BAGHDAD / NINA / Former minister of Displacement and Migration, Pascal Warda called on citizens to change the political map of Iraq through active participation in the upcoming parliamentary elections.
Warda goes on to indicate that men pay more in child support and alimony.
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Warda Mohamed Sheikh has been deaf since birth and is being schooled at home because her family cannot afford to send her to a deaf school in Dubai, her mother, Fatma, told 7DAYS.
This year, four students including Warda Faridi, Haseeb Ahmed, Ferkhanda Zareen and Rizwan Ali Khan were selected after written test and detailed interviews by a panel of scientists.
Ms Warda Faridi, Haseeb Ahmed, Ms Ferkhanda Zareen and Rizwan Ali Khan were selected after written test and detailed interviews by a panel of scientists.
GLAMOUR GIRLS: Ernesford Grange pupils Minh Trang, Ncog Bui, Shanice Bellamy and Warda Ali.