People get into the news headlines for great accomplishments and records. Some never end up on the air and/or on the cover pages, yet the work they do – note, for all of us and the communities we live in – is nevertheless outstanding. Much of the good work in protecting our children, seniors or the other needy has been done and/or is being done by every day heroes with EU support, which is often essential for the smaller and bigger deeds when there is a shortage of resources, knowledge or a network is missing. The Baltic Times is happy to introduce you to four Baltic women, the ...
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