О старении в Азии: AgeingAsia e-newsletter, December 2015

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Welcome to AgeingAsia e-newsletter from HelpAge International East Asia and Pacific Regional Office (EAPRO). This shows you at a glance what is going on at HelpAge and gives updates on ageing issues in the region. Please forward this to any contacts who would find it useful and may want to sign up.

ASEAN movement on ageing population

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In this edition of AgeNews, we report on the Kuala Lumpur Declaration on Ageing which was recently adopted at the 27th ASEAN Summit in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (18-22 November 2015). You will find network updates and many events contributing to a better coordination and preparation for ageing societies in the region, such as the establishment of a new consortium for research on ageing and meeting of older people representatives.

Special interview with Dato’ Sabariah Hassan, the Secretary General for the Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development, Malaysia.

Click here and find what are on ASEAN’s agenda on ageing.

Series of studies on data and policy on ageing in Asia and the Pacific released

With UNFPA’s support, HelpAge International has commissioned a number of studies on data and policy related to ageing issues. Up to now, four publications have been published and there will be more to come. Stay tuned!

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The Philippine Social Pension at Four Years: Insights and Recommendations

Under the Expanded Senior Citizens Act RA9994 of 2010 by the government of the Philippines, a social pension scheme of PhP 500 per month for indigent senior citizens was introduced.
After four year of implementation, the Coalition of Services of the Elderly (COSE) in partnership with the Demographic Research and Development Foundation (DRDF) and HelpAge International, undertook a study on the social pension to revisit the implementation of the current scheme and explore its impact. The report titled “The Philippine Social Pension at Four Years: Insights and Recommendations” will be launched soon. The poster summarising the findings is now online and free to download.


▪ 19-22 October 2015: The 10th International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics (IAGG) Asia/Oceania 2015 Congress in Chiang Mai, Thailand. HelpAge co-hosted the event and was involved in many sessions.

▪ 24-26 November 2015: Regional OPA leader exchange meeting, 24-26 November 2015. 22 representatives of older people’s associations (OPAs) from Cambodia, Indonesia, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam met in Chiang Mai to share and learn from each others.



Live Long and Prosper: Aging in East Asia Pacific, by World Bank

The state of social protection in ASEAN at the dawn of integration, by International Labour Organization (ILO)

World report on Ageing and Health, by World Health Organization (WHO)

China country assessment report on ageing and health, by World Health Organization (WHO)


Older People’s Association in South-East Asia, by Kenneth Howse, Oxford University

Learning, sharing and connecting at the IAGG Asia/Oceania 2015 Congress, by Caitlin Littleton, HelpAge International

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