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    Developing Asia and the Pacific Unprepared for Challenges of Aging Population

    The number of people aged 60 and older in developing Asia and the Pacific is set to nearly double by 2050 to 1.2 billion—or...

    Tackling the Pandemic of Inequality in Asia and the Pacific

    Amid continuing uncertainty over when the pandemic will finally be behind us, the one certainty for the region’s policymakers is that the benefits of...

    Pandemic Pushes SDGs Further out of Reach of Asia and the Pacific

    The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development is becoming increasingly distant. The region must use the 17 Sustainable Development Goals as a roadmap to a...

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    Thousands of Sri Lankans Await Aswesuma Benefits Amid Banking Hurdles

    The Aswesuma program, launched by President Ranil Wickremesinghe amidst economic turmoil last year, aims to aid vulnerable populations. Funded...
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    Bangladesh: Nationwide Protests Paralyze Development Projects and Economic Activities

    As Bangladesh navigates through these turbulent times, stakeholders remain hopeful for a swift resolution to restore normalcy and resume...

    Sri Lanka Set to Announce Successful Completion of Debt Restructuring Programme

    With the global economic landscape evolving rapidly, the island nation's ability to manage its debt and implement effective economic...

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    Thousands of Sri Lankans Await Aswesuma Benefits Amid Banking Hurdles

    The Aswesuma program, launched by President Ranil Wickremesinghe amidst...

    Bangladesh: Nationwide Protests Paralyze Development Projects and Economic Activities

    As Bangladesh navigates through these turbulent times, stakeholders remain...