Northern Dimension Partnership in Public Health and Social Well-being



NDPHS e-Newsletter 2/2016 Image NDPHS issues its e-Newsletter 2/2016, which provides latest news and updates on recent NDPHS activities, and other interesting events and developments. (Read more)


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Welcome to the NDPHS website!

The NDPHS is a cooperative effort of ten governments, the European Commission and eight international organisations (see below). It provides a forum for concerted action to tackle challenges to health and social well-being in the Northern Dimension area.


The Partnership's mission is to promote sustainable development of the Northern Dimension area by improving peoples’ health and social well-being. It aims to contribute to this process by intensifying cooperation, assisting the Partners and Participants in capacity building, and by enhancing coordination between international activities within the area.

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(09-06-2017) ‘It’s time to act’: A video about climate change and health

How is climate change impacting human health? And how can health systems be strengthened to address these new challenges? This five-minute video shows why climate-related adaptation measures are urgently needed in the health sector and explains how they can be planned and implemented.

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(28-11-2016) Baltic Funding Portal published!

The portal is a new tool for searching funding for projects in the Baltic Sea Region has been developed by INTERACT and the Swedish Institute. It contains an inventory of more than 300 funding instruments making cooperation possible in the Baltic Sea Region in English.

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