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  2. Empowerment - Wikipedia

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    Empowerment is the degree of autonomy and self-determination in people and in communities. This enables them to represent their interests in a responsible and self-determined way, acting on their own authority. It is the process of becoming stronger and more confident, especially in controlling one's life and claiming one's rights.

  3. Empowerment Plan - Wikipedia

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    The Empowerment Plan is an American humanitarian organization, located in Milwaukee Junction, Detroit, Michigan. The organization works to address homelessness by providing jobs to homeless women, and by manufacturing a coat that is given to homeless individuals in need.

  4. Participatory evaluation - Wikipedia

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    Participatory evaluation is an approach to program evaluation. It provides for the active involvement of stakeholder in the program: providers, partners, beneficiaries, and any other interested parties. All involved decide how to frame the questions used to evaluate the program, and all decide how to measure outcomes and impact.

  5. All of Us (initiative) - Wikipedia

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    All of Us. The All of Us Research Program (previously known as the Precision Medicine Initiative Cohort Program [1]) is a research program created in 2015 during the tenure of Barack Obama with $130 million [2] in funding that aims to make advances in tailoring medical care to the individual. [3] The mission of All of Us is to accelerate health ...

  6. Empowerment evaluation - Wikipedia

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    Empowerment evaluation (EE) is an evaluation approach designed to help communities monitor and evaluate their own performance. It is used in comprehensive community initiatives as well as small-scale settings and is designed to help groups accomplish their goals. According to David Fetterman, "Empowerment evaluation is the use of evaluation ...

  7. Right to withdraw - Wikipedia

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    Right to withdraw. The right to withdraw is a concept in clinical research ethics that a study participant in a clinical trial has a right to end participation in that trial at will. According to ICH GCP guidelines, a person can withdraw from the research at any point in time and the participant is not required to reveal the reason for ...

  8. Umabai Kundapur - Wikipedia

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    Umabai an active participant in the freedom struggle, was arrested by the British government in 1932 and imprisoned in Yerawada jail for a period of 4 months. While in jail, Umabai received the news of his father-in-law Anandrao's death. The loss of Anandrao, who had been a strong supporter, deeply affected Umabai.

  9. N-Power - Wikipedia

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    The application portal closed on 27 July 2017 and received a total of 2,543,079 applications, 2,258,266 persons scaled through the BVN validation stage and were invited to proceed to an online assessment test. From 1 July 2017 to 31 August 2017, the online assessment test was conducted to select qualified applicants in four categories, N-Tax, N ...