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Somalia Orders Foreign Health Workers To Register
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Somalia Orders Foreign Health Workers To Register

All foreign health workers in Somalia have been given a one month notice to register with the government in a move to ensure quality delivery of medical services. In a letter dated January 17 2018 and directed to privately owned Health Centres in the country. The ministry stated the concerned to heed to the directive which was meant to assess the quality of foreign health officials. All foreigners who intend to work in the country will now be required to first contact the Health Ministry before arrival in the country. Foreign health workers are required to submit a complete bio data, originals and copies of academic certificates, certificates from boards of respective fields, passport and certificate of Good Conduct. This comes at a time when the Farmajo government is putting strict measures to curb foreigners working in the country without valid working documents.