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Harnessing the press to get Malawi talking about its forthcoming universal pension

01 September 2016

In October 2015, HelpAge was asked by our partner the Ministry of Gender, Children, Disability and Social Welfare in Malawi to carry out a universal pension feasibility study in collaboration with the Malawi Network of Organisations for Older People... Keep reading

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10 tips for setting up and running a successful age network

19 July 2016

Since 2013, HelpAge International has been involved in the development of age networks in Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe. Together, they are part of the Southern Africa Regional Age Network. Along the way, many lessons ha Keep reading (1 Comment)

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Together we can end elder abuse

20 June 2016

World Elder Abuse Awareness Day was marked on 15 June and the slogan "together we can end elder abuse" was used by campaigners in Tanzania. A fitting slogan given that around the world older people campaigned together to raise... Keep reading (1 Comment)

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Older campaigners: Building momentum towards the SDGs

01 July 2015

Over 22 million people took action throughout May as part of the global action/2015 coalition campaign. HelpAge organised Action All Ages day on 22 May as part of this worldwide mobilisation. And what a day it was! Archbishop Desmond Tutu... Keep reading

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Tanzanias new constitution sets to end cycle of poverty for women and girls

20 October 2014

Every day, I come across some bibis in Dar es Salaam; the grandmothers who brave the heat and rain, risking their lives and health to keep the city clean by sweeping the heavily congested streets. These bibis reflect the reality... Keep reading (1 Comment)

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