Monday, April 8, 2002 - 03:00
The Inter-American Development Bank is a participant in the United Nations Second World Assembly on ageing, being held in Madrid, Spain, with the goal of assisting governments, civil society and the private sector in Latin America and the Caribbean in formulating realistic, concrete operative proposals to improve living conditions for older persons in the region. In Latin America there are some 44 million persons aged 60 and above, and many of them can not satisfy basic needs of diet, clothing, health and physical security.
100 experts discuss policies and programs to support active and healthy aging populations in Latin America
Thursday, June 1, 2000 - 03:00
A hundred international experts met today at the Inter-American Development Bank in Washington, D.C., to review the condition of older adults and to identify strategies to support active and healthy aging, particularly for the poorest populations in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Thursday, May 25, 2000 - 03:00
The Inter-American Development Bank will host a two-day international "Consultation on Active Aging" June 1-2 to review the condition of older people and to identify strategies to support active and healthy aging, particularly for the poorest populations in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Thursday, February 4, 1999 - 03:00
Latin America and the Caribbean must take up the cause of social protection with the same level of commitment with which they have embraced economic reform, Inter-American Development Bank President Enrique V. Iglesias said today at a conference on how to shield societies' most vulnerable groups from the impact of economic crises and natural disasters.