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Extra resources for Ageing in Asia and the Pacific: Emerging Issues and Successful Practices (Social Policy Paper)
The successful integration of older persons into families and communities at large will benefit all age groups and national socio-economic development. As older females are projected to make up the bulk of older populations, their needs should be addressed to ensure success of the programmes for older persons. 26 Ageing in Asia and the Pacific: Socio-economic Consequences and Policy Implications REFERENCES Andrews, G. R. and A. I. Hermalin, 2000. Ageing in the Asia-Pacific region: issues, policies and contexts, in D.
Older people and emergencies in India Older poor people are at high levels of risk in the world’s increasing number of conflicts and natural disasters, but are not as yet systematically identified and catered for as a vulnerable group. In recent years, there has been an explosion of different natural disasters apart from a few other man-made disasters such as ethnic and civil conflicts in Assam and war conflict in Kargil. This has been coupled with a sharp increase in the number of people fleeing environmental disasters such as floods, mudslides and cyclones and earthquakes.
The labour force participation of older persons is likely to change in the future, particularly with the move among several Asian countries to increase retirement ages. In countries that are ageing 25 Ageing in Asia and the Pacific: Emerging Issues and Successful Practices rapidly, such as Japan and Singapore, the labour force participation of older persons may become more important as dependency ratios increase. Labour shortages may require countries with low fertility levels to provide better incentives for older persons to continue working.