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Mapping ageing data in Asia and the Pacific

31 July 2015

As we approach agreement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) on 27 September this year, and with key discussions and agreements as to how the goals will be implemented and measured taking place well into 2016, it's no wonder... Keep reading

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Measuring the untapped potential of older people in Europe

11 June 2015

We know that advances in health and social welfare in the 20th Century have been a victim of their own success: the success in longevity gains and ageing populations implies great pressures on resources, particularly for pensions and healthcare. However, Keep reading

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Making older people count in the data revolution

07 May 2015

HelpAge International made sure older people were counted at the Cartagena Data Festival last month. The event brought together over 450 participants from across the world to take part in a global conversation on the data revolution. Delegates included... Keep reading

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The double burden of disease in old age: a study from South Asia

09 April 2015

The coexistence of communicable and non-communicable diseases (NCDs), also termed "the double burden of disease", is having a huge impact on populations across the world, and more specifically on older populations. As we live longer, and as a result of.. Keep reading

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Sendai Disaster Risk Reduction Framework: older people and the importance of data

24 March 2015

Last week, a delegation from HelpAge International attended the UN World Conference in Sendai, Japan to agree a new Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR). There were concerns when the closing ceremony was postponed that a new DRR Framework was... Keep reading

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