With the close of 2023 approaching, we take a moment to reflect on our endeavours this year. We consider the work undertaken alongside our partners and the members of the HelpAge Global Network, recognising the lives we have influenced.
Climate change in an ageing world
Ahead of COP28, we launched our report on the critical link between climate change and ageing populations, and the need to address this issue that is leaving older people invisible in climate action.
Our accomplishments would not have been achievable without the backing of the HelpAge Global Network and our generous donors. Their collaboration and belief in our mission enables our success.
As we approach 2024, we are committed to increasing the visibility of older people and raising the voice, rights and dignity of older people everywhere.
This year, we launched #OlderNotOver, our three-year campaign that champions a fuller, more authentic portrayal of what life really looks like after 60, from America to Zimbabwe.
The world is ageing rapidly, and older people are changing too.
They’re living longer, healthier lives. They have raised children, grandchildren, villages and voices. And they’re not done yet.