1. Ghanaian nurses and midwives demand 'emotional allowance'  GhanaWeb
  2. Anambra nurses lament brain drain, seek Soludo’s intervention  Vanguard
  3. Stay and develop the health sector – Government pleads with nurses following brain drain concerns  GhanaWeb
  4. Brain drain in health sector: Developed countries unethically taking away our scarce resources – Dr. Nsia-Asare  GhanaWeb
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The Ghana Registered Nurses and Midwives Association (GRNMA) has said it would be campaigning for Emotional Allowance due to the nature of their profession. | Pulse GhanaThe Ghana Registered Nurses and Midwives Association (GRNMA) has said it would be campaigning for Emotional Allowance due to the nature of their profession

Nurses And Midwives Association demand 'Emotional allowance' from gov't | Pulse Ghana

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Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has urged the Federal Government (FG) to prioritise the welfare of nurses and midwives in the country to boost their workNigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has urged the Federal Government (FG) to prioritise the welfare of nurses and midwives in the country to boost their work

NLC admonishes FG to prioritise welfare for nurses, midwives  - Tribune Online

The National Association of Nigeria Nurses and Midwives (NANNM) has said that over 11, 000 nurses migrated from Nigeria to developed countries between 2019 and 2022. The president of the association, Michael Nnachi, said this in Abuja while briefing newsmen as part of activities to commemorate this year’s International Nurses Week. Kaduna dep gov drops […] The National Association of Nigeria Nurses and Midwives (NANNM) has said that over 11, 000 nurses migrated from Nigeria to developed countries between 2019 and 2022. The president of the association, Michael Nnachi, said this in Abuja while briefing newsmen as part of activities to commemorate this year’s International Nurses Week. Kaduna dep gov drops […]

‘Nigeria lost over 11,000 nurses to developed countries in 3 years’ | Dailytrust

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On International Nurses’ Day, today Thursday May 11, the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO) has called on the Government to invest more in the ...On International Nurses’ Day, today Thursday May 11, the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO) has called on the Government to invest more in the nursing profession and focus on introducing measures to retain nurses in the profession. INMO General Secretary Phil Ní Sheaghdha sai...

Nurses must be given the support and resources they need to do their job – INMO - Kildare Live

...as NANNM task govt on recruitment of nurses, midwives Chairman, House of Representative Committee on Health, Tanko Sununu, has said the N5,000 hazard allowance for health workers was totally unacceptable and under the process of being reviewed. Sununu, who spoke at the 2022 International Nurses/Midwives Week and Scientific Session, with…...as NANNM task govt on recruitment of nurses, midwives Chairman, House of Representative Committee on Health, Tanko Sununu, has said the N5,000 hazard allowance for health workers was totally unacceptable and under the process of being reviewed. Sununu, who spoke at the 2022 International Nurses/Midwives Week and Scientific Session, with…

N5000 health workers hazard allowance not acceptable - Lawmaker - New Telegraph

PUTRAJAYA, May 12 ― The issue of shortage of nurses in hospitals in the country is being addressed in an effort to provide the best health services to the people, Health Minister Khairy Jamaluddin said. Speaking after officiating the International Nurses’ Day 2022 event here, he admitted to...PUTRAJAYA, May 12 ― The issue of shortage of nurses in hospitals in the country is being addressed in an effort to provide the best health services to the people, Health Minister Khairy Jamaluddin said. Speaking after officiating the International Nurses’ Day 2022 event here, he admitted to...

MoH doing its best to address shortage of nurses at hospitals, says Khairy | Malaysia | Malay Mail

Ghana is currently, seeing an increase in the migration of professional nurses to high-income countries due to the global shortage of nurses caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Presidential Advisor on Health, Dr Anthony Nsiah Asare said the trend was quiet worrying as it amounts to a massive public subsidy to the wealthier nations given …

Ghana is experiencing brain drain of nurses  - Ghana Business News

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The National Association of Nigeria Nurses and Midwives, NANNM, has called on the Federal government to improve investment in Nurses and review hazard allowances for better service delivery.The National Association of Nigeria Nurses and Midwives, NANNM, has called on the Federal government to improve investment in Nurses and review hazard allowances for better service delivery.

Nurses appeal to FG for better Hazard allowance - FRCN HQ