Lessons from Costa Rica’s Age-Friendly Cities

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According to the World Health Organization, it is expected that, by 2050, people in the world over 60 years will represent 22% of the global population. Costa Rica is aging faster, and they have created an Age-Friendly Cities network to become more inclusive and friendly cities for the elderly. As cities see how their community is increasingly living longer, how can they work to ensure the quality of life for the young and senior population?


Sana Afouaiz
Sana Afouaiz
Founder & Director Womenpreneur Initiative
Andrea Teran
Andrea Teran
Director of Programs for Senior Population, Yamuni Tabush Foundation
Ana Lucía Ferrero Mata
Ana Lucía Ferrero Mata
Municipal Vice Mayor, Curridabat Municipality

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