World health Organisation (WHO) has created "Age-Friendly World", which is a new web platform, to share practices throught an online database called "Age-friendly in Practice"
The main aim is create a platform for information exchange and share experiences,"Age-friendly in practice" to give examples of good practices carried out in cities and communities for age-friendly. Besides, it aims to foster mutual learning, and it is also a meeting place for members of the WHO Global Network of Age-Friendly Cities and Communities(GNAFCC), which was create in 2010 to connect cities, communities and organisations around the world with a common objective to make great communities to active ageing. Currently, this network connects 210 cities and communities in 26 countries.
There are also another resources, as Age-Friendly Guides and Toolkits, age-friendly assessments and action plans, population profiles and age-friendly practices.
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