“Progress can only happen when there is close collaboration”: ADI at the 71st World Health Assembly

On 23 May 2018, Alzheimer’s Disease International brought together government delegates, civil society, students and importantly, people living with dementia and carers, in the Palais des Nations in Geneva, for our official side-event to the 71st World Health Assembly (WHA71). Mobilising Society: Inspiration for national responses to dementia was a particularly significant event for dementia … More “Progress can only happen when there is close collaboration”: ADI at the 71st World Health Assembly

Member profile: Cuba

By 2030 Cuba is predicted to have the highest proportion of older adults in any Latin American country. Today around 19% of the population is aged over 60, but in just 15 years’ time this will rise to 30%. Cuba is a middle income country, but has health indicators similar to those in high income … More Member profile: Cuba