In the southern African country of Botswana, many civil servants are shuttled to different parts of the country each year. Doctors, nurses, teachers and engineers are sent to work in areas where there's a shortage of those professionals. Besides getting skilled people out to remote areas, The BBC's Shingai Nyoka reports the program is also bridging cultural divides within Botswana.
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