Arctic Human Health Initiative Report
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The Arctic Human Health Initiative (AHHI) is an Arctic Council IPY [International Polar Year] initiative that aims to build and expand on existing Arctic Council and International Union for Circumpolar Health’s human health research activities. The overall goal of the AHHI is to: “Increase awareness and visibility of human health concerns of Arctic peoples, foster human health research, and promote health strategies that will improve health and well being of all Arctic residents”.
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