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With fewer than one doctor per 1,000 people, Eritrea could use the kind of medical skills Weyni Hailemariam is learning as a college-level Atterbury Job Corps student.
The Red Sea coastal nation in Africa, which neighbors Ethiopia, is about the size of Indiana but has more than 6 million people. The majority of those are 24 years old or younger because of high birth rates and poor life expectancy.
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