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Subprefecture

In Japan, a political subdivision equivalent to a county.
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A total of 12 sub-prefectures with 290,292 people are targeted for an emergency reactive mass vaccination campaign, scheduled for the third week of January 2010.
The purpose of this contract is to clean the administrative premises of the prefecture and the sub-prefecture of the guadeloupe region for regular services and occasional services.
Contract notice: pre-wiring of various sites of the prefecture, the sub-prefecture and police departments - year 2019
Tenders are invited for Household benefits in the residences of function of the prefectural body of the sub-prefecture of Bonneville(Lot 1) and the Annecy prefecture (Lot 2)
Contract notice: This contract is a service contract consisting of providing archiving services for the prefecture of the guadeloupe region and the sub-prefecture of pointe--pitre.
Contract notice: implementation of a fire safety system at the sub-prefecture of draguignan
this contract will become enforceable only after it has been sent to the sub-prefecture and notified to the undertaking holding this contract.This is neither sliced nor batched.
Contract notice: Modernization of the lighting system of the sub-prefectures of bouches du rhne (arles and istres sites) sub-prefecture of istresavenue des bolles 138000 istresetsous-prefecture of arleshotel cayes and courtois2 rue du cloitre 13200 arles
Contract notice: Routine work of transformation, repair or renovation on buildings managed by the prefecture of corse-du-sud in ajaccio and the sub-prefecture of sartne.the execution of the work may be: 1.
Some 27 sub-prefectures in Guinea reported at least one security incident or other form of refusal to cooperate in the week to January 21.
Instead of communes, Langlet and Quach take cantons (tong) as their basic unit, and from there reconstitute the boundaries of sub-prefectures (huyen, now translated as 'districts') and thence prefectures and provinces.
Nearly 30,000 vulnerable households will be better equipped to deal with the fragility created by past conflict and the impacts of climate change thanks to a US$29 million project announced today that aims to improve food and nutrition security in four sub-prefectures of the Central African Republic.