Winter 2021 Newsletter - NDPHS

Winter 2021 Newsletter

24 December, 2021

Dear Reader,

As another extraordinary year is approaching its end, we take a moment to reflect on our Partnership’s journey during the last months.

We are proud of what we have accomplished together with all of you and our main message today is that of gratitude.

Thank you from the NDPHS Secretariat’s team for being with us during the past year. What a challenge this year has been for everyone, juggling the professional obligations and the complications to everyday life that the pandemic has brought – yet you have been present, have contributed and have supported us along the way. Thank you!

We wish you to have a wonderful end-of-year break filled with love, warmth, peace and contemplation. If you are reading this message already from 2022 – welcome back and have a good start to the year.

NDPHS Secretariat’s team,
Silvija, Wiebke, Zane, Imants, Saara, √úlla-Karin

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