Health Minister Dr. Rajitha Senaratne stated to the media that Sri Lankan nurses will be trained at the British Council and provided jobs in the UK, He further said that arrangements have also been made to provide jobs for nurses in the US, through a private nursing faculty.

Minister assure that the nursing faculty will be establish in Sri Lanka at a cost of Rs. 12,500 million for educating and provide international standard qualification to Sri Lanka Nurses.

As now Sri Lanka has recorded the highest foreign currency earning from remittance of domestic workers who works in aboard. If Sri Lanka is focusing to offer a professional services to aboard, then the foreign currency income will increase and it will support to the sri lanka economy.

But in overall the Sri Lanka Government should develop new policies to take care the workers who traveling aboard for works.

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