The affected nations include Kenya, Ethiopia and Somalia.
haven'tgotone: This is a difficult one but you have to start somewhere. Employers are partly to blame for going for cheap labour instead of training-up but you can't blame them when experience shows that you spend time and money training people and then they up and leave. As for employing the unemployed, I know as an ex-employer that the last thing you want on the work force is someone who doesn't want to be there. It is expensive and disruptive. I have no magic answer other than to say to employers that if you want to employ overseas cheap labour then you must be responsible for them - sponsor them in a way - and must hold their passports to hand in to immigration if the person leaves employment. Without a legal I.D. they shouldn't be here in the first place. No doubt there will be changes to the system, but as I say, you have to start somewhere.