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UK International Development Minister, Mike Foster said: British doctors and nurses have an opportunity to make a difference by training staff in developing countries who can then serve their local communities with no need to leave home. Their skill, commitment and drive will ultimately save thousands of lives. We are proud of the difference they are making and will continue to support initiatives such as this which give them the opportunity to greatly help the world’s many vulnerable people. In addition, the IHLC will signpost UK partners to developing country wellness plans, to equipment that can help them evaluate the effect of their work, and act as a signposting function to appropriate agencies for health professionals interested in voluntary or humanitarian work.