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HIV in India: why are older people the forgotten story?

01 December 2016

India has one the largest population of older people in the world at over 100 million people. In rural areas especially, many older men and women live in deprivation and poverty, and unable to access care due to a... Keep reading

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"They say we have expired": older people explore their experiences of ageism

11 November 2016

This International Day of Older Persons on 1 October 2016, older men and women joined Age Demands Action (ADA) to explore how ageism affects their daily lives and hinders their full potential, using these experiences to demand change in... Keep reading (1 Comment)

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Announcing Goddy Paul as receiving Fransis Kupang Memorial Award

09 September 2016

Last day as Chief Executive of HelpAge International It has been the privilege of my working life to have served as Chief Executive of HelpAge International the past three years. Today is my last day in that role. Just as... Keep reading (4 Comments)

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Digital inclusion for older people: The HelpAge India experiment!

18 May 2016

When Ishanti Ghose sipped her espresso at work on a Monday morning while recounting to her colleagues her weekend spent giving her grandmother technology lessons, little had she known that just a friendly conversation with her coworkers would gradually... Keep reading (2 Comments)

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Older people stand up to beat diabetes on World Health Day

21 April 2016

"When HelpAge supports us, older people get up, engage with one another and start to believe in themselves," explains the Central Asian Gerontology Center, our Age Demands Action campaign partner in Tajikistan. Age Demands Action is a platform which al Keep reading

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