The Israeli government announced a nationwide drive to train more than 50,000 nurses over the next three years.
The goal is to create a shortage of nurses by 2020, as well as to provide better support to the many who cannot get trained due to a lack of skilled nursing professionals.
In addition, the plan aims to improve the health of the nation’s elderly, and to prevent the spread of disease.
The plan is a major step towards creating a national workforce that can help the nation in times of crisis.
It comes as Israel prepares to host the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development in 2020.
The country is currently ranked 136th in the world for its per capita income.
With the country facing a shortage, a number of countries have been preparing for a nursing shortage by investing heavily in nursing education.
Last year, the United States launched a nursing-related program called the National Nurses United, and recently, Mexico, Israel, Canada and South Korea announced that they will be launching a national nursing program.
But the goal of the Israel program is different from the others.
The Israeli program aims to create an entirely new nursing profession that is not only technologically advanced, but also culturally and ethnically diverse.
Currently, there are only approximately 10,000 Israelis who are trained to be nurses.
The Israel program will create an entire new profession that will be a combination of physicians, dentists, physicians assistant, nursing teachers, nurses, and social workers.
According to the plan, the goal is that the nursing program will be able to provide the following:Education and training to more than 500,000 people, from all over the world.
The program aims at increasing the number of nurses from around 40,000 to 70,000, by 2020.
The Israeli program is set to begin next year.
For a complete overview of Israel’s plan, visit this article.