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India Seizes Opportunities In African Healthcare

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He moved to Bangalore from Kenya in 2007 to pursue his dream of becoming a neurologist. He spent 18 months in India before returning to Kenya, where he is presently employed by the Nairobi Aga Khan University Hospital. Given that Africa is not a developed continent, the majority of us train there. We don’t have any specialised skills or a functioning medical system, and our economy is quite weak,” he claims. If I hadn’t chosen India, Mr. Mativo claims that he “never would have been able to earn a specialised degree.” India wants to improve these connections with Africa. It has identified one area where trade between the continents can prosper as the healthcare industry. Young African doctors are thus… Read More »India Seizes Opportunities In African Healthcare