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Committed To Becoming More Age-Friendly

Zambrana  Spain
Print this page City population: 42225 % over 60Joined Network in 2013

Zambrana is a municipality in southwest of the province of Álava. This small town is is one of the 10 municipalities of the Cuadrilla de Añana.

A member of the WHO Global Network of Age-friendly Cities and Communities since 2014,  Zambrana has been part of the Age-Friendly Basque Country Programme – EuskadiLagunkoia – since 2013.

Euskadi Langunkoia –Age-friendly Basque Country – is a cross-cutting initiative that engages citizens, the public and private sectors to create supportive and enabling environments for older people.

Euskadi Langunkoia works with a number of communities across the Basque Country, including Zambrana, to develop a network of age-friendly communities and facilitate the exchange of good practice between them.

Consultations with older people across Zambrana were carried out in 2013.

For more information on EuskadiLagunkoia, please visit the website (in Basque and Spanish language). You can also contact us directly for more information using the contact form below.

Commitment Letter
Baseline Assessment
Strategy and Action Plan



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