According to the Ghana Registered Nurses and Midwives Association (GRNMA), over 3,000 Ghanaian nurses and midwives have left the nation this year in search of greener pastures elsewhere.
They expressed concern that this may lead to scarcity and inadequate health-care delivery in the country if working conditions are not improved.
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According to Mr Moses Robertson Anyigba, Chairman of the Volta Region branch of GRNMA, things might spin out of hand, and if not for the COVID-19 restrictions, the numbers could have been considerably higher than they are today.
He further noted that it is largely experienced personnel that leave in search of greener pastures.
Mr Anyigba announced this during the concluding ceremony of the North Tongu District GRNMA Week celebration.
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