Healthy and Age-Friendly Cities in the People's Republic of China

Events

Healthy and Age-Friendly Cities in the People's Republic of China

14 May 2020
Manila
Philippines

Cities have contributed greatly to people's health and well-being. As rapid urbanization, aging, and the COVID-19 crisis continue in ADB's developing member countries (DMCs), officials need evidence-based approaches to improve the quality of life in cities. In this online seminar, a team from ADB described a few tools for integrating these initiatives in urban planning efforts which are applicable for the People's Republic of China and other DMCs.

Program and Learning Materials: 
Date Session / Activity Presentation Material Speaker(s)
15 May 2020 Presentation Healthy and Age-Friendly Cities in the People's Republic of China
This presentation discussed a framework for mainstreaming health impact assessment and healthy and age-friendly city action and management planning...
Najibullah Habib, Stefan Rau, Susann Roth

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