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Who cares about older women's work?

We are calling on UK parliamentarians to lead a public debate on how older women’s work in poorer countries must be recognised, valued and supported.

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Ton, 76, has her blood pressure taken by her carer - photo by Hereward Holland

What we do

How we support people who are ageing in the world's poorest places.

Carolina, who has dementia, with an Age International volunteer carer in Mozambique (taken by Amy Heritage)

Our history

Age International has been saving lives since the 1960s. Find out how.

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Our work relies on monthly donations. Today, 100 million older people struggle to survive on less than 60p a day. A monthly gift from you could help someone to live with dignity.

How we spend our funding 

The majority of our funding is spent on long-term development projects, emergency relief and disaster risk reduction work. 

For every £1 we spend:

  • 70p is spent on long-term development projects
  • 20p is spent on emergency relief and disaster risks reduction work
  • 8p is spent on support costs
  • 2p is spent on influencing, advocacy & communications

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