local population


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local population

The people who live in the catchment area served by a particular hospital trust in the UK.

local population

see DEME.
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To date, the provinces of Leyte and Samar have local population offices with population officers while the other provinces have designated local population officers either under the provincial health office or the provincial social welfare and development office.
Through this, the agency believed that the recognition can help sustain the resolve and motivation for the local population officers in attaining the goals and objective of the program.
It added that Ankara is attempting to expel the local population in Afrin in Northwestern Aleppo and seize their lands and properties, noting that the Turkish army has so far sheltered over 64,000 family members of the terrorists in this region's towns and villages.
Usually, in such situations the local population provides longer duration assistance with variegated aiding mechanism.
A statement issued here said that they discussed development projects and peace process in the newly-merged districts and it was agreed upon that development work would be expedited in the region so that the local population could be benefitted.
"Commercial data like that held by the big technology firms could play a part in giving national and local planners a more accurate and responsive picture of local population movements, allowing them to plan and manage better."
The Nation learned that the local population has become reluctant in sending their daughters to school since the government has not filled the vacant posts of female teachers.
Tribune News Network Doha QATAR Biobank, a member of Qatar Foundation (QF), recently marked a major milestone with the screening of its 15,000th participant, as part of its medical health research initiative to improve the health of the local population through personalised medicine.
Qatar Biobank, a member of Qatar Foundation (QF), recently marked a major milestone with the screening of its 15,000 th participant, as part of its medical health research initiative to improve the health of the local population through personalized medicine.
Dr Asmaa al-Thani, chairperson of the Qatar Genome Programme (QGP) Committee and board vice-chairperson of Qatar Biobank, said: "We are delighted to celebrate the screening of our 15,000th participant -- a milestone that represents the local population's eagerness to contribute to their improved health.
"The local population understands well the whole tragedy of this conflict thanks to our efforts," he added.
The British Colonialists selected willing collaborators and trained these natives as civil servants and members of uniformed services to help oppress local population and prolong their occupation by threats of intimidation, torture, bribes etc and in case of refusal managing their disappearance and harsh imprisonment.