Iraq recruits Indian nurses to fill shortage
- Iraq: Sunday, October 21 - 2012 at 02:37
Iraq has started welcoming dozens of Indian nurses who had been recruited to plug a shortfall in its hospitals and health care facilities, which have suffered tremendous attrition in recent years, AFP has reported. "They will be divided into several groups depending on their specialities and experiences," head of Diwaniyah health department, Adnan Turki told the news service. "Their presence will help to fill the shortage of nurses in our province." The country's health care system has been improving in the past few years, although it still suffers from "massive attrition" of health-care professionals, according to a UN report issued last year.
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