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AFRICA NGOS BRAINDRAIN
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October 08, 2005
Private Philip Dee conducts an English class at St. Mary's High School, Bushrod island, Monrovia October...
Bushrod Island, Liberia
To accompany feature Africa NGOS Braindrain
Private Philip Dee conducts an English class at St. Mary's High School, Bushrod island, Monrovia October 8, 2005. Fat salaries offered by international non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and United Nations agencies have drained the West African country's public sector of skilled health and education professionals, leaving thousands of patients without care and students without teachers. The "brain drain" complicates the task of rebuilding once-prosperous Liberia after 14 years of an on-off civil war that ended with a peace deal in 2003. Picture taken October 8, 2005. TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE AFRICA NGOS BRAINDRAIN REUTERS/Tim A Hetherington
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