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RIWC_PARA_A130 Ageing Resilience in Indonesia


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A130 Ageing Resilience in Indonesia

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RIWC_PARA_A130 Ageing Resilience in Indonesia

  1. 1. Older Persons with Disability: The Development an Ageing Resilience 23rd RI World Congress, October 25-27, Edinburg Dr Lilis Heri Mis Cicih Indonesia
  2. 2. Introduction  Disability regarding to the ageing group of which caused by the reducing health and functioning physical of body can be included into persons with disability conceptually.  The important factor of the healthy, active and productive ageing is resiliency, and it was indirectly associated with successful ageing.  Related to some factors stated that resilience of ageing concept links to ability and/or disability are more important than vulnerability Most of country in the world have faced ageing population is an emerging issues to development. Lilis Heri Mis Cicih, 2016 205 million 606 million 2 Billion1950 2000 2050
  3. 3. Contributions  Therefore this concept can be used by the government to prepare the resilience of the population in order to achieve healthy, active, and productive ageing.  To enhance the prevention programs rather than treatment and strengthen the people for resiliency Lilis Heri Mis Cicih, 2016  It was developed a new concept related to resilience of ageing, based on 3 concepts: active ageing, national resilience, and sustainable development  Dimensions: economic, health, environment, and social.  It has direct indicators measurable, it could be used as a tool of elderly’s problem detection among countries.
  4. 4. Objectives Methods Lilis Heri Mis Cicih, 2016 Cross Sectional Data sources:  Publication: UN, UNDESA, WHO, UNESCAP, UNFPA, UNDP, ILO, World Bank Analysis:  Unit analysis: country  Literatur Review  Descriptive analysis  Multivariate analysis Importance: an index  as a complement of existing index a new concept (health indicators) as an alternative picture of the older population quality of life (especially in health indicators) To the develop an Ageing Resilience Index (AgRI), To present the relative ranks of 171 countries in the world. The result of study can be used:  Science: • Resilience framework • Methodology: global data management, developing index of ageing resilience  Policy: • Population policy at global level • Encouraging older population data availability at global level • Motivate human resource investment at an early age
  5. 5. Conceptual Framework Development National Resilience Ageing Ageing Resilience Definition: There is no one universal definition about resilience (White, 2008), still debated and considered ambiguous, often defined in different ways (Parker, 2012) Ageing Resilience Health Social Environmental Economics Domain of Ageing Resilience Index Lilis Heri Mis Cicih, 2016
  6. 6. Results 1. Relative Rank of ageing Resilience Index correlated with relative rank HDI, also with GAWI Lilis Heri Mis Cicih, 2016 Domain Indikator Factor Loading Weight Health Disability, mental health, diseases, health risk behaviour 0,47 0,24 Social Education, living arrangement, life satisfaction 0,46 0,23 Economic Labour force participation, income security, health government expenditure 0,56 0,28 Environment Urban area, carbon emission, clean water, and sanitation 0,51 0,25 Index r Sig. (2-tailed) ARI-IPM 0,930 0,000 ARI-GAWI 0,783 0,000 Indonesia Japan Pop 60+ 9% 32% Pop 80+ 22% 10% HDI 108 10 AgRI 109 27 Low health social
  7. 7. Ageing Resilience Index and HDI 1.000.800.600.40 hdi 0.80 0.60 0.40 0.20 ikpl Zimbabwe Zambia Yemen Viet Nam Venezuel Vanuatu United S United R United K United A Ukraine Turkmeni Turkey Tunisia Tonga Togo Timor-Le Syrian A Switzerl Sweden Swazilan Suriname Sudan St, Vinc Spain South Af Solomon Slovenia Slovakia Singapor Sierra L Serbia Senegal Saint Lu Rwanda Republic Republic Qatar Portugal Poland Peru Oman Norway Niger Nicaragu New Zeal Namibia Myanmar Mozambiq Morocco Mexico Mali Lithuani Kyrgyzst Kazakhst Italy Ireland Iraq India Hungary Honduras Haiti Guinea Grenada Greece Ghana France Ethiopia Eritrea Dem, Peo Cuba Côte d'I Costa Ri Congo Chile Chad Central Canada Cambodia Burundi Bolivia Belize Belgium Afghanis Indonesia AgRI=109 HDI=108 Lilis Heri Mis Cicih, 2016
  8. 8. Disability Status of 60 Years of Age and Over in Indonesia 0.10 0.60 1.10 1.60 2.10 2.60 60-64 65-69 70-74 75+ 60-64 65-69 70-74 75+ Male Female Difficulty in Seeing (severe) Urban Rural 0.00 0.20 0.40 0.60 0.80 1.00 1.20 60-64 65-69 70-74 75+ 60-64 65-69 70-74 75+ Male Female Urban Rural Difficulty in Hearing (severe) 0.00 1.00 2.00 3.00 4.00 5.00 60-64 65-69 70-74 75+ 60-64 65-69 70-74 75+ Male Female Difficulty in Taking Care One-self (severe) Urban Rural 0.00 2.00 4.00 6.00 8.00 10.00 60-64 65-69 70-74 75+ 60-64 65-69 70-74 75+ Male Female Difficulty in Walking/Climbing the Stairs (fully need assisstance) Urban Rural
  9. 9. Conclusion Recommendation 1. The AgRI indeks could be implemented to measure the quality of life 2. As a complement to the HDI index 3. Developed from various data sources (global and national) 4. Standardized for 171 countries 5. Presenting the relative rank of countries 6. More comprehensive aspects, using direct health indicators 7. Developed from national defense, ageing, and sustainable development 8. Could be applied to the national data. 9. Presenting indicators of problems in specific countries/regions, the application of national, provincial, district/cities level 1. Continued research to encourage and replicate these findings is needed so as to be able to recognize ageing resilience and implement in each country level. 2. Global data management;  Software of AgRI calculation;  Book Map of Ageing Resilience Condition by Provinces and Districts /Cities in Indonesia;  Book: Index Calculation Method The Ageing Resilience  Book: The concept of the Ageing Resilience and Healthy, Active, and Productive Ageing.  Resilience and Successful Ageing in Indonesia, based on Panel Data IFLS, 1993, 2000, and 2007 Output
  10. 10. Thank you very much We will do anything to make better future Ageing with healthy, active, and productive Start from the earlier Dr. Lilis Heri Mis Cicih Indonesia Special thanks to my best friend Sri Hartini Rachmad