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Asia's population is ageing fast. Here's what we can learn

A senior citizen in Myanmar, one of the country's more than 4.5 million older people Image: Ben Manser/UNFPA Myanmar

Eduardo Klien

Regional Representative, HelpAge East Asia and Pacific

Yoriko Yasukawa

Senior Adviser to the Rector, University for Peace

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Image: Population Division of the Department of Economic and Social Affairs of the United Nations Secretariat, 2008 revision
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