In Albania, the government decided to implement a series of measures in order to stop the migration of doctors and nurses in the country to Western European countries.
prime minister Eddie RamaThey announced that they would start an initiative that would include more affordable housing loans for healthcare workers, higher wages, and the opening of a new department at the Tirana General Hospital.
Rama said young couples, the police and the military can benefit from the affordable mortgage program as well as doctors.
It is reported that 3,500 health professionals have emigrated from Albania to Germany alone in the past ten years.
Albania’s population, which has lost more than 1.4 million people since 1991, when the communist era ended, has declined by 700,000 people in the past 10 years.
Just last year, 32 thousand people, mostly young people, emigrated to other countries from the country.
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