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OCT 1 was International Day of Older Persons, a day marked by the United Nations to raise awareness about challenges affecting older persons and celebrate the contributions of older persons.

This year’s theme for the day was, aptly, “Resilience of Older Persons in a Changing World”, recognising the need to build the resilience of older persons in the face of a myriad of challenges such as the Covid-19 pandemic, the cost of living crisis and the climate crisis.

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