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5 The Caribbean -- Part 14
More than half are home health-care aides.
The Caribbean has a small population of registered nurses and these women can be reliable senders of money.
Local health care, education, and enterprise are negatively impacted by it.
Many Caribbean governments worry about this trend, it's not easy to address, many countries are experiencing a return but it's not easy to fix.
For most people to receive at least a high school degree, literacy is the norm, and returnees have the potential to contribute.
Cuba's educational accomplishments are the result of the experiences they have gained abroad.
The size of the country and its high English-speaking Caribbean made household rates in the 1960s very high.
New houses are being built and nearly all adults have liter possessions.
Cuba's success is different to Haiti's.
Associations of returnees are being formed.
74 percent of males and 70 percent of females are finally living a long-deferred dream of return and are literate.
Less than half of Haitians are literate because of cash, new skills, distinct life experiences, and age of 15.
Sometimes, they bring adult children with Education is expensive for these nations, but it is con them who have never lived in the Caribbean.
Many states went to a place that they were told was home.
Brain drain occurs throughout the developing world, sists and explains, in part, the Caribbean emigrants' return.
Many Caribbean countries are reaching out to each other.
A Jamaican nurse is trying to forge links with her colleagues in a Massachusetts hospital.
Up to half a million Caribbean health can foster greater investment in the region.
Strategies to improve the region's future include brain gain and the potential of the diaspora, as well as social and economic development.
One of the Caribbean's largest countries has high rates of bringing political and economic change to emigration.
This tropical region was exploited by skilled people who settled in North America.
The Caribbean has gradually shifted from being an exporter of degraded urban and rural environments to being an importer of African and European elements.
Global warming poses a serious threat to cultural expressions in music, language, and service.
There are employment opportunities in the Caribbean due to hurricanes and sea-level rise.
The practices have slowed over the past two decades and the average woman now has two to three maroon communities.
The region has 26 independent status of women, which distinguishes it from other areas.
Areas that are recent.
The United States had a trade embargo with Cuba for over five decades in order to force political change.
The relationship between the two countries began to improve in 2015, despite the fact that the island is still socialist and that Castro is still in power.
The embargo did not affect the U.S.
The embargo discouraged other Caribbean people and did not change the political system of Latin America.
If Cuba had stayed away from alternative sources of economic and political revenue, the United States would have had more influence on other trade partners and Cuba earlier.
Normalization of relations between the United States and Europe began in 2015.
It's important to mix both large and small countries.
You can create a table with the major source countries and the amount of money sent to them.
These patterns need to be mapped.
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