Poor working conditions, low salaries and political unrest are the major reasons for migration..
This paper, published by the Centre on Migration, Policy and Society, investigates the magnitude of migration of health professionals from Zimbabwe, the causes of such movements and the associated impacts on health care delivery. It establishes the major reasons for migration including: poor living conditions, low wages and political violence. The migration of skilled health workers from Zimbabwe has adversely affected the quality of health care and led to staff shortages, particularly in public institutions. The paper
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