About Us

FNEHIN is national network that links First Nations and environmental health researchers to build capacity within First Nations communities to participate in environmental health research and to make use of data and knowledge regarding environmental health issues and concerns for decision making that will lead to health improvements. FNEHIN seeks to play a central role in knowledge transfer, facilitating research partnerships, and showcasing best practices in environmental health research with First Nations.

Funding is provided by Health Canada’s First Nations & Inuit Health Branch, Environmental Health Research Division. The information and opinions expressed on this website are those of the authors/researchers and do not necessarily reflect the official views of Health Canada.

The secretariat is based at the Assembly of First Nations, Environmental Stewardship Unit

Original Organisational partners to FNEHIN:

FNEHIN Brochure

FNEHIN_Brochure_Eng_july_11.pdf

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