under-financed

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under-financed

[ˌʌndəˈfaɪnænst] adjsenza fondi sufficienti
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Student union head Yasmin Davali told Denmark s University Post, Right now our education programmes are so under-financed that we may no longer be able to define them as quality education programmes Which areas will be most affected by the cuts remains to be seen.
Cameron has constantly played down the NHS crisis, but it must be remembered that Britain has an ageing population and our beloved NHS will continue to be under-financed.
Overburdened and often under-financed, shelter practitioners are inevitably less effective in serving their beneficiaries than they should be.
That is a critical element that has been lacking in several previous, under-financed attempts to resuscitate the brand.
Nevertheless, education in humanitarian contexts remains under-financed.
Too often people either look to animal shelters as an answer to the problem, but due to the overwhelming numbers of dogs, shelters become overcrowded, under-staffed, and under-financed.
The country's law enforcement and judicial structures are under-financed and often fail to cooperate among themselves.
She said that something had to be done about "underachieving, under-educated, under-loved, under-financed, under-guided young kids, who become violent, anti-social, drug or alcohol dependent and ultimately criminal young adults.
If LEPs prove under-financed and ineffective will the property sector be able to step into the breach or will we end up with a hiatus in which we lose out on important opportunities and deals?
The goals seemed simple: to cut costs, increase choice and serve more patients in a historically under-financed and overwhelmed sector of Texas health care.
Being under-financed often leads to poor performance at the start.