Women Doctors: Impact in Health Services in the Sudan

International Journal

Sudanese Journal of Public Health Vol. 1 (2) Apr 06, 2006

“With the increase in the number of women graduates and migration of men in Sudan, the total number of women doctors may reach two thirds or more of the total doctors in the coming 5-8 years. Women prefer to work in urban areas. This situation may leave the rural areas (65% of Sudan population) with few doctors.”

Author
Elsheikh Badr

Region
Eastern Africa

Country
Sudan

Topic
Other

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