The seventh issue of our Asia-Pacific newsletter features stories from India, Indonesia, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Thailand and Vietnam. Learn about new and interesting projects by HelpAge and our global network members in the region.
This sixth issue of Connect newsletter includes latest research findings on older Cambodians, emergency responses in India and Indonesia, health and care forum in China, and exclusive interview with a Thai disability advocate.
The fifth issue of our Asia newsletter Connect features stories on nutrition and health programmes, emergency assistance, advocacy on long-term care and implementation of older people's law. We also report on the Asia-Pacific SDG forum and interview HelpAge's Senior Rights Policy Advisor, Bridget Sleap, on the 10th session of OEWG.
The fourth issue of our Asia newsletter Connect features stories on the right to heath for older people, a new regional programme on non-communicable disease intervention, a national ageing alliance in Thailand, older people's associations in Bangladesh, the financial security of older women in Singapore and the achievements of our network members in 2018.
The proceedings give an overall picture of the HelpAge Asia-Pacific Regional Conference 2018, which had the theme "Family, community and state in ageing societies". It summarises presentations, discussions and observations that were highlighted during the event.
This annual review describes our progress and sets out our plans for the year ahead. It is an abridged version of our full Annual report and financial statements 2017/18.
The third issue of our Asia newsletter Connect explores how HelpAge global network members exchange learning about effective fundraising, how gender equality is promoted through intergenerational self-help clubs in Vietnam, and how electronic cash transfers are being used to deliver social protection in Myanmar.
The second issue of our Asia newsletter Connect focuses on creating sustainable and resilient societies in Asia, horticulture in India's Thar Desert, older people-led disaster risk reduction, and the right to long-term care and palliative care.
The first issue of our Asia newsletter Connect focuses on national transfer accounts, revisiting the Madrid International Plan of Action on Ageing, celebrating Age Demands Action and other stories from around the region.
This issue includes older people's voices at the UN world conference on disaster risk reduction, Myanmar's first national universal social pension and World Elder Abuse Awareness Day.
Ageways 85 focuses on work in Bangladesh on harnessing culture and media for the rights of older people.
In this issue we look at a long-term care study in the Asia-Pacific region, social protection and the push for a universal pension scheme in the Philippines, ageing and income security in Asia, and Nepal two years on from its devastating earthquake.