WHO Promised To Fund Training Of Doctors And Nurses In Zimbabwe – Mnangagwa

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has said the World Health Organisation (WHO) has promised to avail funds to assist Zimbabwe to train more nurses and doctors to alleviate the brain drain in the medical sector.

Mnangagwa said this while addressing thousands of ZANU PF supporters, Johanne Marange apostolic sect members, and schoolchildren at the ground-breaking and fundraising ceremony of St Noah College in Marange on Wednesday. NewsDay quoted Mnangagwa as saying:

Our Vice-President Constantino Chiwenga was attending the ministers of health meeting in Switzerland and the WHO said they are aware that we are losing our doctors and nurses. The WHO said they will give us funds to recruit more nurses and doctors.

Our children, doctors, nurses and accountants and other professionals are being taken by other countries because they are educated. They are being taken by London, Australia, Canada and America.

8 363 medical professionals were granted work visas by the United Kingdom between 2019 and September 2022.

Since last year, more than 2 200 nurses and doctors have left the country, according to the Health Services Board.

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One Comment on “WHO Promised To Fund Training Of Doctors And Nurses In Zimbabwe – Mnangagwa

  1. At least you are telling other Mapostori EDiots like you what is causing Doctors to leave. Tell them the truth that my government is so corrupt that we can’t pay doctors and nurses. All doctors world over are well educated mr ED .

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