Citizens in Disko Bay met with NAPA

NAPA’s employees are now back in Nuuk after the trip to the five towns of Disko Bay in June 2021
We met with fresh students, teachers and school inspectors at the schools to talk about their Nordic opportunities, including Nordplus and Vi er Vestnorden. In the evening, we hosted NAPA’s open counseling service TAMASSA in the local town halls, where we talked with committed people about their exciting projects. Active senior associations also showed up. We held meetings with the cities’ school, leisure, prevention and culture departments under Avannaata Kommunia and Kommune Qeqertalik to hear about what opportunities we especially work with. NAPA met  Ilulissat: 27 students and 25 teachers Qasigiannguit: 46 students and 4 teachers Aasiaat: 34 students and 15 teachers Qeqertarsuaq: 22 students and 4 teachers Kangaatsiaq: 14 students and 11 teachers. That is a total of 143 students and 60 teachers, and in addition 21 cultural actors who were interested in hearing about support opportunities.
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