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Distribution

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Distribution may refer to:

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Organizations relating to Distribution

International Tracing Service / Est. 1943
Humanitarian Aid Network for Distribution
World Committee Against War and Fascism / Est. 1932
International Mauthausen Committee / Est. 1953
International Socialist Advisory Committee / Est. 1947
International Marxist Group / Est. 1956
Food Distribution Research Society / Est. 1967
FRIEND / Hindu Kush-Himalayan / Est. 1996
Phare and Tacis Democracy Programme / Est. 1992
Internationales Bildungs- und Begegnungswerk / Est. 1986
Commission for Balneological Institutes of the European Socialist Countries
Group for the Study of Socialist Countries in Transition / Est. 1991
Union of Socialist Local and Regional Representatives in Europe / Est. 1979
Global Virtualization Council
Olof Palme Institute
Movimento Monarquico Popular Internacional
International Association for Cultural Freedom / Est. 1950
Asian Tourism Action Network / Est. 1992
International Union of Socialist Teetotallers / Est. 1921
Intergovernmental Group on Wine and Vine Products / Est. 1968
American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee / Est. 1914
Association pour la diffusion internationale francophone de livres, ouvrages et revues / Est. 1985
Commission on Multilateral Cooperation of Academies of Sciences of Socialist Countries - Economy and Politics of Developing Countries / Est. 1974
World Economic Processing Zones Association / Est. 1978
Action Reconciliation Services for Peace / Est. 1958

View all profiles (57 total) in the Yearbook of International Organizations

World Problems relating to Distribution

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Unavailability of contraceptives
Maldistribution of water
Unequal property distribution
Regional maldistribution of industry
Illicit production of alcoholic beverages
Abusive distribution of political patronage
Inaccessible scientific information
Uncontrolled application of technology
Ineffective delivery of basic human resource services
Unequal global distribution of economic growth
Unauthorized pharmaceutical manufacture and distribution
Inadequate family planning programmes
Ineffective emergency relief distribution
Imbalances in the distribution of the costs and benefits of economic integration
Limited availability of education in rural areas
Wasteful distribution system
Unauthorized tobacco manufacture and distribution
Maldistribution of medical resources
Instability of trade in legumes
Exclusive dealing arrangements
Area disparities in book production and distribution
Restrictions on the distribution of confidential government information
Disparities in global distribution of communication resources and facilities
Tradition-bound land distribution
Imbalance in distribution of industrial processes

Action Strategies relating to Distribution

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Developing new packaging
Improving access to sustainable development information
Strengthening effective information exchange
Reducing wastage in energy distribution
Disseminating land use information
Reducing disparity in distribution of wealth
Implementing land reform
Promoting more equitable distribution of wealth and income
Reducing disparity in human healthiness
Supplying public information
Projecting directions for economic distribution system
Reducing inequality of social security coverage
Marketing fertilizers
Mapping plant distributions
Studying invertebrates
Surveying bird populations
Improving distribution of income
Maintaining distribution system
Designing common distribution
Generating new modes of economic distribution
Nurturing mechanisms of economic distribution
Increasing demand for distribution of economic goods
Allowing regulated distribution rate
Balancing international distribution of skills
Distributing common goods and services

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