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Massimo Porzi at the FELCOS office Massimo Porzi at the FELCOS office

Last evening I visited the FELCOS office in Foligno. Felcos consortium is an association based in Umbria of local  municipal authorities and privates promoting social development and growth throughout international cooperation (albania, Palestine, Morocco, Sri Lanka, Cuba). Mr Massimo Porzi kindly gave me the chance to show him Developing Medicine acitivities. We agreed on selecting scientific contributions from felcos recent activites to be submitted to our editorial office. FELCOS office may support fund raising applications for migration related topics in Umbria. Those interested can contact me or directly massimo at Felcos.

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In 2050 nearly 1.5 billions people aged over 60 will live in less developed countries. According to UN data and WHO facts sheet 2010 Niger will have the fewest people over 60 (5%).

In the picture the dark areas represent regions in 2050 where the percentage of 60+residents rises over 25% of total population.

Longer life fewer babies will push on a demographic shift, by 2050 one in 5 people will be aged 60+ they will outnumber people under 14y

According to the chiar’s final statements of the meeting: there is a strong need to forster Italian  international cooperation. The Italian community appreciate such activities and is interested to improve them.  Exist potentially relevant sinergic chances between public and private initiatives (profit and no-profit).

At present day there are no precise figures on how many people are involved in Int Coop activities, the recent restriction to the foreign Ministery budget had direct effects on the planning of future activities and  indirect on national health care systems workers (e.g.: doctors and nurses) applying to Int Coop projects. Their previdential duties will not be easily waived during missions abroad.

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