Brazil is looking to create new nursing training centers and education and nursing education training centers to train its nurses.
The announcement comes after Brazil’s Ministry of Health and Welfare announced last month it had created a special group to study and develop the new nursing centers.
The new centers will be open to anyone in need of a nursing education or training.
Brazil is also creating new nursing educational and nursing training programs, including the nursing care program for pregnant women.
Brazilian nursing is an increasingly important industry.
As of May, Brazil had nearly 40 million nurses, nearly 30 percent of the country’s total workforce.
The country’s health care system is highly fragmented and has a chronic shortage of doctors, nurses and other health care professionals.
The problem is particularly acute for women and children.
Brazil has one of the highest maternal mortality rates in the world, with more than 80,000 deaths in 2014.
Brazil’s health system also suffers from an epidemic of sexually transmitted infections (STIs), which is estimated to cost the country $2.6 billion per year.