Southern Africa Needs Better Healthcare for Women on the Move

The percentage of female migrants moving within southern Africa increased from 40,9% in 2000 to 44,5% in 2017. Reasons for this increase include the search for a better education, or work opportunities. A report, Gender, Migration, and Health in SADC, highlights the need for improved migration and health governance.

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