HAI

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AcronymDefinition
HAIHealthcare-Associated Infections
HAIHelicopter Association International
HAIHealing Arts Institute (Fort Collins, CO)
HAIHome Automation, Inc. (New Orleans, LA)
HAIHospital Acquired Infection
HAIHealth Action International
HAIHuman-Animal Interaction
HAIHost Adapter Interface
HAIHardware Accelerator Interface
HAIHemagglutination Inhibition (Immune assay type, microbiology)
HAIHepatic Arterial Infusion (therapy)
HAIHuman Awareness Institute
HAIHealth Alliance International (University of Washington)
HAIHelpAge International (UK)
HAIHellenic Aerospace Industry
HAIHealthcare-Acquired Infection
HAIHuman Appeal International
HAIHotel Association of India
HAIHigh-Current Arc Ignition
HAIHiggenbotham Auctioneers International (Lakeland, FL)
HAIHamamatsu Agency for Innovation (Shizuoka, Japan)
HAIHepatic Activity Index
HAIHockey Art International
HAIHandbook of Artificial Intelligence
HAIHigh Altitude Indoctrination
HAIHigh-Level Analog Input
HAIHigher Authority of Intelligence
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Following an official prize-giving ceremony, guests sat down to a delicious three-course dinner followed by a live charity auction raising a total of $46,000 for Women And Health Alliance International (WAHA) launched by Her Highness Sheikha Shamsa bint Hamdan Al-Nahyan and Ending Domestic Violence, a UK based charity under the patronage of Baroness Scotland of Asthal, dedicated to finding effective ways to end domestic violence worldwide.
H1 saw us deliver impressive results for commercial cargo, but we also coordinated humanitarian disaster relief shipments to Somalia with the international Women and Health Alliance International, UAE Red Crescent and Shelterbox France, in addition to sending vital medical supplies to Nepal as part of our membership of the UAE's Care by Air charity," Knight said.
This winter, the organization worked with Health Alliance International to sponsor an art exhibit about "internally displaced people" at the university's undergraduate library.
Shaikha Shamsa, who is also the chairwoman of the Women and Health Alliance International (WAHA), called on the leaders to address the direct causes of maternal death and not to ignore the millions of women who survive childbirth with debilitating trauma such as obstetric fistula.
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