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Jen is a feminine given name, frequently a shortened form ( hypocorism) of Jennifer, and occasionally a surname. It may refer to:

JEN (charity)

JEN, formerly named Japan Emergency NGOs, was established in January 1994 as the first federation of Japanese NGOs. By working and pulling together the expertise and human and financial resources of several NGOs, it became feasible to carry out a project which otherwise could have been difficult by a single NGO. In addition, it also aimed for a more collaborative form of humanitarian assistance with the cooperation of Japanese government and UN organisations. Since May 1994, 14 offices were established in different areas in Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina and Montenegro with international staff delegated to each office to start the refugee and internally displaced persons assistance activities. The activity of JEN in the former Yugoslavia, which has once started as a half-year project, grew from emergency relief to rehabilitation over the years. In 2004, all directly implemented projects ended in the former Yugoslavia and were handed over to local NGOs.

Jen (disambiguation)

Jen is a feminine given name and a surname. It may also refer to:

  • JEN (charity), a Japanese humanitarian aid organisation
  • Jen language, an Adamawa language of Nigeria
  • Joves d'Esquerra Nacionalista, the youth wing of the Socialist Party of Majorca
  • Ren (Confucianism) (Jen in Wade–Giles), a Confucian virtue

Usage examples of "jen".

Wahrscheinlich hatte ihm eine Dame aus dem Feenreich diesen Streich gespielt, indem sie jenen erhabenen Namen benutzte.

After a few seconds we were outside the station, dropping down the Beanstalk after Jen and Larry.

I hoped that Jen and Larry would keep their attention up, watching an endless succession of buckets flash past them and checking each one for radioactivity count.

Jen, Claus knew, cared for the shapes of nonmammalian life even less than he did.

Jen, Claus knew, cared for the shapes of non-mammalian life even less than he did.

Shortly after sunrise next morning, Claus and Jen went out for an early swim.

The example she used was of the development of smallpox vaccine using cowpox by Jenner.

In 1798, however, an English country doctor named Edward Jenner proved that inoculation with a related but nonfatal virus called cowpox could protect against smallpox, offering hope for the first time that the disease could be stemmed.

Regina Schild, Dr Klaus-Dietmar Henke, Thomas Auerbach, Roger Engelmann, Jens Gieseke and Bernd Eisenfeld were most helpful with their information and, sometimes, their own experiences.

Along with the rest of the physicists, Jens Larssen watched tensely as Enrico Fermi manipulated the levers that raised the cadmium control rods from the heart of the rebuilt atomic pile under the University of Denver football stadium.

Geschichte der Entwicklung der Menschheit zu jenen Perioden, auf denen der Blick des Kulturforschers und Fortschrittsfreundes mit besonderem Interesse ruht.

The Primary Coordinator and Colonel Jina were probably using similar programs.

Colonel Jina, Sabor concentrated on more lofty matters--and the time-eating speeches that lofty matters tend to generate.

Colonel Jina starts thinking you and our female companion are expendable.

She appeared again, almost elderly now, standing close beside Jina, her niece, who was by then middle-aged.