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Brain Drain

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amira az-dine

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Transcript of Brain Drain

Brain Drain
plan :
HISTORY OF BRAIN DRAIN :
The term originated about 1960.

In 1960, many British scientists and intellectuals emigrated to the United States for a better working climate.

Its meaning has broadened into: the departure of educated or professional people from one country.
WHY BRAIN DRAINS?
Lack of research and other facilities
Lack of freedom
Poor working facilities
Unsuitable institution.
Desire for higher qualification and recognition
What is Brain-Drain ?
Research by :
Zineb AZ-DINE
Majda EL BANORI
In Morocco
What is Brain-Drain ?
History of Brain Drain
WHY BRAIN DRAINS?
Brain Drain in Morocco
causes
Effects
Solutions
Conclusion

Brain Drain in Morocco
the poor working conditions in Morocco.
the political and economic crises
the weakness in the orientation and supervision.
the absence of the appropriate conditions to embrace and encourage these competencies.
the weak incentives and financial compensations.
Brain Drain in Morocco
Scarcity of skilled domestic work force .
National expenditure increases for availing the service of foreign nationals in domestic projects.
The loss of the nations investment in education and loss of tax revenues but most importantly the loss of critical services in the health and education sectors.
The loss of the nation s investment in education and loss of tax revenues, but most importantly the loss of critical services in the health and education sectors.
Brain Drain in Morocco :
Rely on complementary and transformative trainings, and that’s by subjecting the recently graduated students and the youth that couldn’t find a job to trainings that turn their interest and energies to the fields of computer science.
Improve the existing institutes and create new ones.
Encourage institutes from the private sector.
Revise the system of wages and compensations and give priority to technology in public institutions.
Reconsider the working terms and conditions in our country, and make them more attractive and more convenient.

CONCLUSION :
Brain drain is a term defined as the movement of highly skilled people from their country to another one where they can earn more money and maintain their academic improvement.
Albert Einstein
Neil Bohr
causes :
Effects :
Albert Einstein
Solutions :
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