One in four of the outbound passengers on Africa’s two major airlines, Kenyan and Ethiopian, at any given time are “sick and headed for India or Dubai” to get proper health care.

That’s according to Prof Khama Rogo of Kenya, an obstetrician-gynaecologist and an authority on international health care, who chaired an advisory committee during the Board of Health-care Funders conference in Cape Town in May...

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