Arctic Human Health Initiative Report
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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SDWG Arctic Human Health Expert Group (AHHEG) (Arctic Council Secretariat, 2010)"Health care for remote, sparsely populated communities across the circumpolar North face substantial organizational, financial, logistical, technical, and human resource challenges. While circumpolar regions share many ...
SDWG Arctic Human Health Expert Group (AHHEG) (Arctic Council Secretariat, 2010)"Nutrition is a major determinant of health and different national health authorities, professional organizations, and special interest groups have produced and promoted nutritional and dietary guidelines for consumers to ...
Meeting of Senior Arctic Officials 12-13 November 2009. Agenda Item 4. Human Development. Sub Item 4.1 Arctic Human Health Expert Group and activities. Arctic Council (Arctic Council Secretariat, 2009)"The Sustainable Development Working Group was established with the task to carry out work in the area of human development. The results of this work feed into the ongoing comprehensive work of the AC. The focus of the ...