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KW

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for KUWAIT.

KW

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the State of Kuwait. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Kuwaiti bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Kuwait. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Kuwait. Each Kuwaiti governate has its own code with the prefix "KW." For example, the code for the Prefecture of Jahrah is ISO 3166-2:KW-JA.
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who helped launch the KWS program in 2002 and has been an invaluable source of support in helping to shape the lives of students at KWS.
Leakey's vision was to better-secure the parks and protect wildlife and, eventually, to arrange it such that the KWS was self-sufficient and ran a profit.
Recently, the KWS management relocated 30 bull elephants from the confines of a small sanctuary on Kenya's coast to the vast northern territory of the Tsavo East National Park, after they had caused excessive damage to forests by pushing over trees, behavior typical of the young males intent on demonstrating their strength.
Leakey continued to work with KWS even after he lost both legs in a 1993 plane crash, but political clashes with the Kenyan government led to his resignation in 1994.
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We also liaised with the community hence capturing the two lionesses described as the most dangerous," said the KWS official.
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KWS said in a statement that the planet earth is inching closer to extinction of the rare northern white rhinoceros following the death of 41-year-old Nola in San Diego Zoo Safari Park after suffering from a bacterial infection and age-related health issues.
The carcass was spotted two days later but KWS withheld the news until confirming it was truly Setao.
In central Kenya, where the recent Save the Elephants study focused, Wittemyer pointed to the success of the Kenyan Wildlife Service, or KWS, in conjunction with various community-based organizations.