Elderly population

Elderly population

Inequalities in Old Age

Ageing Population

The global population is rapidly ageing. By 2050, the number of people over the age of 60 will double, and some of the fastest change is occuring in low and middle-income countries. This intensifies challenges such as poverty eradication, good health, gender equality, and economic development. But the elderly are not just a vulnerable group in society, they also represent a wealth of experience and knowledge. Empowering senior citizens as a resource and ensuring their social inclusion will have positive implications for sustainable development, and ultimately reduced inequalities.
Sources: Thai National Statistical Office (2014), Telenor, numbers from dtac Thailand (2015), WHO (2016), Ministry of Digital Economy and Society (2018)
Sources: Thai National Statistical Office (2014), Telenor, numbers from dtac Thailand (2015), WHO (2016), Ministry of Digital Economy and Society (2018)
Elderly population

Sustainable Ageing

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