More Investment Needed In Africa’s Health Care, Education Sectors To Prevent ‘Disaster,’ UNICEF Report Warns

Deutsche Welle: UNICEF: The future is African
“A new U.N. report has said that four in 10 people on Earth will be African by 2100. This demographic change requires investment in health and education in order to avoid potentially staggering humanitarian crises…” (Schumacher, 10/26).

Reuters: Wanted: 11 million professionals to save Africa from “disaster”
“Africa needs 11 million more doctors, nurses, and teachers by 2030 to prevent a ‘social and economic disaster’ that could propel millions to migrate, the United Nations said on Thursday…” (Bacchi, 10/25).

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