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HelpAge Sri Lanka plugs its country's homecare gap

28 November 2017

Sri Lanka has one of the fastest ageing populations in Asia. Over 13% of people are over 60 years old and by 2050 this is projected to increase to more than 28%. Most of the older population lives in rural... Keep reading

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4 policy considerations for rapidly ageing societies

02 October 2017

Governments throughout Asia are increasingly aware their populations are ageing rapidly. Although the sense of urgency varies by country, most countries in the region have begun to grasp that demographic change is accelerating and will have a profound i Keep reading

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How Ageing Nepal campaigned on World Elder Abuse Awareness Day

03 July 2017

Since 2012, we at Ageing Nepal have been continuously involved in HelpAge International's Age Demands Action (ADA) campaigns. For this year's ADA on Rights campaign on World Elder Abuse Awareness Day (15 June), we aimed to: build awareness on older Keep reading

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The Pakistani cobbler showing entrepreneurial spirit doesn't age

12 August 2016

Many older men and women in Pakistan lead difficult lives, struggling to bring in a regular income and getting little financial support from the government. Only 6% of adult workers are covered by social protection, typically government workers. The... Keep reading

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HelpAge Sri Lanka is proud of what it has achieved over 30 years

02 February 2016

HelpAge Sri Lanka celebrates its 30th anniversary this month. Since our founding in 1986 we have travelled far towards achieving our goal of making Sri Lanka a better place to live for our senior citizens. We are proud to be... Keep reading

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