MIGRATION OF HEALTH PERSONNEL AND ITS IMPACT ON HEALTH SYSTEMS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
AbstractHuman movement from one area to another area is anatural phenomena and this movement ispredominantly due to economic and social reasons.Approximately 175 million people or 2.9% of theworlds’ population currently live temporarily orpermanently outside their countries of origin. Thenumber of migrants has more than doubled since1975. Sixty per cent of the world's migrantscurrently reside in the more developed regions and 40per cent in the less developed regions. Most of theworld's migrants live in Europe (56 million), Asia (50million) and Northern America (41 million). Almostone of every 10 persons living in the more developedregions is a migrant. In contrast, nearly one of every70 persons in developing countries is a migrant
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