African healthcare drain may have benefits

Luring health workers away from low-income countries has been likened to rape, but such economic migration may not be all bad. Michael Clemens at the Center for Global Development in Washington DC has quantified for the first time just how many African health workers have migrated to richer nations. He examined census information from the nine most popular destinations and estimated that about 65,000 African-born physicians and 70,000 nurses were working abroad. While countries such as Mozambique and Angola had lost over 70 per cent of their health workers others, such as Niger,
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