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Eritreans are abducted: sometimes grabbed as the flee their country, sometimes they are taken while vulnerably exposed in refugee camps, sometimes they are coaxed into leaving by professional extortionists.
In this phase, CASCOM participates in weekly coordination and planning meetings, conferences, and workshops for the development of final test plans, vulnerably assessments, and the DOTMLPF [doctrine, organization, training, materiel, leadership and education, personnel, and facilities] collection plan and interoperability tests.
We will be vulnerably exposed to adhoc political decisions and vagaries of nature unless these contentious issues are addressed.
Alison Beard, manager of the Olive Branch, a project which helps vulnerably housed people in Newport, said: "At our day centre we realise the homeless, as well as refugees and asylum seekers, are often overlooked and ignored.
QK House gained charitable status last April; the plan is to buy a large house close to the school and to turn it into a temporary home for homeless or vulnerably housed students who are trying to continue their education.
The Wales-based charity works with homeless and vulnerably housed people to find the accommodation and support which will help them to live safer, happier and more independent lives.
Jackson, who has also managed Lincoln, returned to the club where he began his career in February, when they were vulnerably placed in 20th.
The services that help support really vulnerably young people who have or are experiencing bullying.
As group members vulnerably share their experiences, thoughts, and feelings in a context of grace and safety, they will begin to discover truth about themselves or their situations.
The troika is looking to extend trilateral cooperation and wants to ensure gas prices are vulnerably linked to those of oil.
In a statement issued on the occasion of this Day, the Ministry of Social Affairs, Solidarity and Tunisians Abroad underlines that under President Zine el Abidine Ben Ali's leadership and as part of a comprehensive development approach, Tunisia has always provided special care for needy and vulnerably categories to guarantee them attributes of development and decent life.
My experience of being vulnerably housed, and of no fixed abode, was pretty grim.