African medical students trained in China

Ramazani Nashiri, a medical student from Burundi, is studying medicine in northeast China.

He says he’ll use what he’s learnt in China to contribute to his country people.

Nashiri, 40 years old, has lived in China for nine years to study gynecology and obstetrics.

He is a PhD student at the Norman Bethune Health Science Center of Jilin University in Changchun, capital of northeastern Jilin Province.

A total of 528 foreign students studied medicine at the center. Most of them come from Asia and African nations.

He said, “In Africa, there are many poor, developing countris that need good doctors. I will return to my country to help people there after my graduation.”

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