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  • 1. According to figures, by 2030, Worlds elderly population will be up to 16 percent of total population. In Iran from 7.3% come up to 17.5%. It is forecasted by 2050 one out of every four people in Iran is aged one.
  • 2. Current Status of olderpeople population in Iran (latestcensus, 2006)  Total number of population: 70,495,782  Number of older people population: 5,121,043  Percentage of older people: 7.26%  Number of people aged 100+ in Tehran province :1891 3
  • 3. Population of Older people inTehran Tehran province:  Total number of population : 13,422,366  Number of older people: 973,183 Tehran:  Total number of population : 7,975,679  Number of Families: 2,267,892  Number of older people: 686,431  Percentage of older people: 8.6% 4
  • 4. Elderly population trend in Iran Census year 1986 1996 2006 2011Population over 60 years 5.43% 6.62% 7.27% 8.2%
  • 5. Ageing indexThe ratio of the population of people over 60 years of age to under 15 1986 1996 2006 Ageing 6.68% 10.93% 20.68% Index 6
  • 6. Different age groups livingalone in Tehran Age groups The number of older people 60-64 14561 65-69 18217 70-74 22043 75 + 34685 Total 89506 7
  • 7. Tehran•Irans largest city and the world’s 19th largestcity.
  • 8. Tehran is 4% of the size of the country), and it is divided into 22 districts ,124 sub-districts (Nahiye) and 374 neighborhoods.
  • 9. The mission of Director General Office for Health in Tehran municipality is the promotion of citizen’s health through development of social networks.
  • 10. To achieve this aim, community health centers and Elderly Clubs were launched throughout the neighborhoods with the approach to reduce inequity in health and to promote inter-sectorial collaboration and public participation.
  • 11. Important activities ofthe elderly social network in the city of Tehran
  • 12.  To issue senior citizenship ID card (respecting card) to the elderly To develop 374 neighborhood clubs for the elderly To establish the elderly advisory Council for the elderly To provide supportive programs to elderly including recreational activities and health education. Starting "Age-Friendly City“ program (approved by the high city council of Tehran) to adapt urban physical, social and cultural environment towards age friendly city, planned by WHO.
  • 13. Presenting ID card (respecting card) to theelderly people in Tehran
  • 14. Social clubs as Community Based Initiative wasestablished for healthy aging on 2006 in Tehranmunicipality. year Club member 2006 22 2200 2008 120 15465 2010 343 54000 2012 374 75000
  • 15. Establishment of high authority council for the elderly in Tehran municipality
  • 16. Providing supportive programs for theelderly including recreational activities.
  • 17. Health station
  • 18. Holding meetings and educational workshops
  • 19. Age-Friendly City
  • 20. 1. Infrastructure and construction measuresTailoring pathways (sidewalks, streets), urban furniture, parks, leisure places, shrines, health services.Proper design of furniture including benches and chairs in public places such as parks, bus stations, subway compatible with physical condition of the elderly.Collecting, setting, developing and delivering construction standards for residential, commercial and public building to reduce events could endanger the health of the elderly.
  • 21. Adapting urban environment
  • 22. continuedSecuring public transportation, including entrance and exit doors and providing suitable and standard spaces for the elderly.Providing services and facilities for using the public transport systemsSupporting to build at least 5 sport club for the elderly people.Supporting to set up private day-care centers for the elderly.
  • 23. 2.Social and cultural activities:Free access to special facilities such as cultural, artistic and sport programs.Holding and implementing cultural programs of national celebrations or occasions.Support the NGOs and other institutions active in the field of aging.Cooperation and support of national and regional programs in the field of aging.
  • 24. continuedForming and supporting of the elderly social network in neighborhoods to facilitate social presence and participation of the elderly.Holding classes & educational workshops for empowering the elderly and transferring their experiences to the community.Allocating a part of city tourism to the elderly to fill their leisure time.Providing circumstances for appropriate use of the experiences of the elderly in urban management.Training public vehicle drivers and other staff to guide, assist and respect the elderly.
  • 25. Thank you for listening 26

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