Winners of 2014
Sandija Salaka, Head of Mommies' club. The winner of HDA in the category Exemplary Contribution to Health and Well-Being: "As the Mommies' club celebrated
its 10th anniversary this year, this Award seemed to hit the target. It
serves both as a positive assessment of our work which helps to reach
more supporters. It also means that the path we are following is the
right one. In addition, our main supporter Kimberly-Clark is proud to be
associated with the organization."
Aija Tūna, Education Program Director, Education Development Center; Board member, Knowledge Creation Lab. The winner in the category The Future of Latvia Award: "The award ceremony was an excellent opportunity to raise awareness about the need for holistic education solutions as a tool for increased well-being and participation in the community. The award was a very important evaluation of my work together with many schools, grassroots NGOs and other community members across Latvia and will serve as the basis for further efforts, especially in building new partnerships and fundraising for access to quality education and lifelong learning opportunities for everybody, especially in rural areas. I am confident that it will also help strengthen the future development of our organization and will increase its reputation."
Click here to find out more about the shortlisted finalists of Human Development Award 2014.