Water Innovations for Healthy Arctic Homes (WIHAH) - Conference report
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The Water Innovations for Healthy Arctic Homes (WIHAH) conference was held in Anchorage, Alaska, September 18-21, 2016. The conference convened international experts, engineers, health experts, academics and community members to share information, explore innovations, and encourage partnerships toward the goal of promoting safe and affordable access to household running water and sanitation services in remote Arctic communities.
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