SITUATION OF THE THAI ELDERY 2022 Overall, the primary sources of income of the older Thais were from their own work, and transfers or welfare from the government, especially in the form of the state old-age allowance, which has been increasing in proportion. Meanwhile, the reliance on income from children or family support has been […]
This Report on the Situation of Thai Older Persons in 2021 is the second edition with a special section on the impact of COVID-19 on Thai older persons. The pandemic remains an important theme, as it exposes the vulnerability and inequality of the older generation in societies around the world, and policymakers and the general […]
buaNovember 7, 2022
This report, Situation of the Thai Elderly 2019, is a production of the National Commission on Older Persons which has the responsibility to issue this report in accordance with Article 9(10) of the Elderly Act of 2003, and present the findings to the Cabinet each year. Ever since 2006, the National Commission on Older Persons […]
buaJanuary 27, 2021
This report of the situation of the elderly in Thailand is a report commissioned by the National Committee for the Elderly, in accordance with the Elderly Act of 2003Article 9 (10) stipulating the preparation of an annual report on the status of the elderly for submission to the Cabinet.
noawaratJune 17, 2016
The situation of the Thai older persons reveals a rapid growth of the elderly population at 11.9 per cent in 2010, which is projected to have doubled to 25 per cent by the next 20 years (in 2030), when Thailand fullybecomes an “aged society.”
noawaratNovember 30, 2015
As of 2013, Thailand had a total population of approximately 66 million, comprised of 64 million Thai citizens and those non-Thais in the Civil Registration system.
noawaratNovember 26, 2015
According to the demographic database of all sources, Thailand has entered an aging society over the last decade. The trend will continue into the future at a remarkable pace
noawaratNovember 25, 2015
During the last 50 years Thailand has undergone dramatic changes through a demographic transition from high to low fertility and mortality, as well as an epidemiological transition from epidemic and communicable diseases to chronic and degenerative diseases.
noawaratNovember 25, 2015
This report on the situation of the Thai elderly population in 2009 is the fourth report produced by the Foundation of Thai Gerontology Research and Development Institute (TGRI) under assignment from the National Commission on the Elderly who are tasked with the responsibility to annually report