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AAHAachen (IATA airport/city code)
AAHAux Adultes Handicapés (French: Disabled Adults)
AAHAlameda Alliance for Health (Alameda, CA)
AAHAllocation aux Adultes Handicapés (French: Allowance for Disabled Adults; est. 1975)
AAHAssociation of Art Historians (est. 1974; UK)
AAHAcute Alcoholic Hepatatis (disease)
AAHAction Against Hunger
AAHAdopt-A-Highway (litter removal program, USA)
AAHArt and Architectural History (various schools)
AAHAquatic Animal Health (various organizations)
AAHAdministrateur Ad Hoc (French: Ad Hoc Administrator)
AAHAtypical Adenomatous Hyperplasia
AAHAdvanced Attack Helicopter
AAHAmericans Against Hate
AAHAloha Airlines (ICAO code)
AAHArt Association of Harrisburg (est. 1926; Harrisburg, PA)
AAHAfrican Americans for Humanism (Council for Secular Humanism)
AAHAustralian Auxiliary Hospital
AAHAustralian Academy of Humanities
AAHAssociation of Ancient Historians (Salt Lake City, UT)
AAHAtmospheric Aerosols and Health (University of California, Davis)
AAHApache Attack Helicopter
AAHAktion Afrika Hilfe (German NGO)
AAHAll-Around Helper (Lobotomy Corporation game)
AAHAsia Alliance Holdings (Japan)
AAHAct Against Homophobia (Faroe Islands)
AAHAssociation d'Aide à l'Humanitaire (French: Association for Humanitarian Assistance)
AAHAssociation of African Hydrologists
AAHAutomatic Attitude Hold
AAHAda Adoption Handbook
AAHAcademy on Architecture for Health
AAHAlliance for Alternatives in Healthcare
AAHAssociation pour l'Action Humanitaire (French)
AAHAutomated Alarm Handling
AAHAgriculture d'Autrefois dans le Hurepoix (French agricultural history group)
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One of them, the Alameda Alliance for Health, refers at-risk children to the Alameda County Department of Public Health's Asthma Start Program, which began in 2001.
They include Asian Health Services in Oakland, which uses a primarily bilingual staff to interpret; the Alameda Alliance for Health, which uses interpreter services; and Blue Cross, which has contracts for Medi-Cal in 13 counties.
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