On World Health Day - 7 April - older people once again stood up for the healthcare issues they believe in, such as the need for more age-friendly health services.
(c) Jonas Wresch/HelpAge International
Age Demands Action on Health: Our impact
This year, tens of thousands of campaigners in over 35 countries raised awareness of their right to quality healthcare.
Check out our impact timeline to see how Age Demands Action campaigning continues to translate into real policy changes.
2015 campaigning highlights
Campaigners from all over the world took to the streets, spoke with and met ministers to demand health services that are affordable and accessible for all.
This is a crucial year for development, as the Sustainable Development Goals, which include health, will be decided. It is a great opportunity to be heard, so we will be continuing to voice our call for age-friendly health services. Find the facts about ageing and health in our handy infographic.
(c) Jamillah Mwanjisi/HelpAge International
World Health Day theme: Food safety
This year's World Health Day theme ws food safety. A clean environment and food preparation adapted to older people's needs are paramount to good health.
Ill health and malnourishment can have a direct impact on all aspects of older people's lives, including their ability to earn a living or care for relatives.
As well as campaigning for age-friendly health services, we asked older people to tell us about their food habits and hygiene.