New Plan to Fill Training Gap for Medical Workers
A new program hopes to supplement Africa's capacity challenges by providing volunteer doctors and nurses to work on country-specific issues.
A mother and her infant at a primary healthcare facility.
AfricaFocus, 10 February 2012
According to a study published in the British Medical Journal in November 2011, nine sub-Saharan countries (Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia… Read more »
Times of Zambia, 9 October 2012
ZAMBIAN medical doctors in the Diaspora have been urged to reverse the trend in the medical field of the 'brain drain' to that of 'brain gain.' Read more »
Nigeria: From Brain Drain to Medical Tourism
This Day, 4 October 2012
Adeola Akinremi writes on challenges of post-independence healthcare service delivery in Nigeria. Read more »
Tanzania: Strides in Health Delivering System
Daily News, 17 September 2010
DEVELOPMENT of health services is among priorities of the government under President Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete. Since 2005 the government embarked on major review of the national… Read more »
Uganda: U.S.A to Train 1,500 Doctors
New Vision, 18 October 2010
Over 1,500 Ugandan doctors are to be trained in Uganda in the next five years on a grant from the US President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR). Read more »