The coronavirus pandemic affects everyone, but older people are at highest risk.
At Age International we know that we only have a narrow window of opportunity to act in low-income countries, where healthcare systems are already severely stretched, weak, or even non-existent.
We're working hard to ensure older people are treated equally by governments and international organisations who are leading the fight against COVID-19.
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69% of the global population aged over 60 live within low- and middle-income countries. These people are at greater risk of catching coronavirus, threatening their lives. The impact will affect not only them, but their families and communities.
We are currently working to reach communities in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East.
We're working hard to ensure older people are treated equally by governments and international organisations who are leading the fight against COVID-19. Read what experts in the field of health, ageing and international development have to say and what we are doing to influence decision makers.
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While Age UK is supporting older people in the UK, Age International is working to reach those in high-risk areas in low-income countries where healthcare systems are already severely stretched.