Award Ceremony for the 2022 Healthy Aging Prize for Asian Innovation

More than 100 people joined in person to celebrate the winners of the 2022 Healthy Aging Prize for Asian Innovation (HAPI). Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, 2022 marked our first opportunity to celebrate our award winners together in person and to introduce leading innovations from around the region.

2022 AHWIN Forum

The 2022 AHWIN Forum focused on regional efforts to translate data and innovations into better policies, products, and programs for healthy aging and care for older persons, and discussed best practices in designing age-friendly cities that enable people to stay active and connected and foster solidarity among generations. Winners of the 2022 Healthy Aging Prize for Asian Innovation were also recognized at a ceremony following the Forum.

HAPI Winners Featured at ASEM Forum on Human Rights of Older Persons

Three past winners of the Healthy Aging Prize for Asian Innovation (HAPI) were featured on a panel at the ASEM Global Ageing CenterĀ (AGAC) Forum on the Human Rights of Older Persons: Present and Future online and in Seoul, Korea. The theme of the meeting this year was “Human Rights and the Mental-Emotional Health of Older […]

WEBINAR | Older People Associations (OPAs) Development in Asia

This side event will support the Asia-Pacific Intergovernmental Meeting on the Fourth Review and Appraisal of MIPAA, by providing good practices and lessons learned which can contribute to the ongoing development of OPAs in the region and beyond.

Older People and COVID-19 in Indonesia

A phone survey of older people and coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Indonesia was conducted as a joint project by ERIA, Bappenas, and SurveyMETER to assess the knowledge of COVID-19 among older people, compare the welfare and health status of older people before and during the COVID-19 pandemic, and identify the policies required to mitigate the impact on them.

Qualifications Framework for Long-term Care Workers in India, Japan, and the Philippines

This AHWIN-supported ERIA study focuses on a comparison of vocational qualifications frameworks in India, the Philippines, and Japan. It aims to contribute to the promotion of policy dialogue with a view to creating more skilled workers and to establish systems that can fairly recognize their competencies so that their vocational skills can be much better utilized in any country.