BRIDGING THE DIVIDE BRAIN DRAIN BRAIN GAIN

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					BRIDGING THE DIVIDE- BRAIN DRAIN/BRAIN
                 GAIN




                  A Developing Country
                  Perspective



                                         1
Overview




           2
Brain Drain and Brain Waste: Causes
and Pathways


   nationals going abroad for studies
   others moving abroad as employees of
    multinational corporations
   university academics and other professionals
    working abroad
   graduates being forced into redundancy
    situations
   the risk of HIV/AIDS epidemic
                                                   3
Social, Political and Economic
Reforms




                                 4
    Education Policy


   Basic Education Policy
   Higher Education Research, Science and Technology
   Cross Boarder Education




                                                   5
Brain Gain




             6
Prospects for Preserving the Supply of Highly
            Skilled Professionals


 Developing countries can:
       examine global and historical immigration patterns;
       analyse causes and implications of national immigration;
       examine the impact of emigration on recruiting countries;
       address regional immigration benefits where it suits them;
       build better database on the role of international migration.
       examine job trends of highly skilled professionals.
       examine the extent of HIV/AIDS threats to the productive
        population.
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