under-financed

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under-financed

[ˌʌndəˈfaɪnænst] adjsenza fondi sufficienti
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EVERYONE in the country, Scotland itself and the entire UK, is aware that the NHS is under pressure, and under-financed with staff shortages - some of which are critical and can cause serious delays, with even mix-ups over appointment times.
As he had earlier advised the Spartans about how to defeat the Athenians, he now advised the Persians how to weaken both the Athenians and Spartans by allowing them to fight out an under-financed war of attrition.
The good news contained in the new Adva Center report is that Arab localities within Israel, which were for years systematically under-financed by Israel's central government, are now approaching parity with the national average.
Lower taxes for local areas also mean fire departments are under-financed, so too other municipal services like water and roads.
Far from justifying their assertion that "this is not about money", they more or less confirmed in our minds that it is in fact all about money, and that when the clinical services are moved out of the closing hospitals and other units into the community, we will probably be left with a shoddy and under-financed community-based version of what we had before.
But to stay alive in an under-financed national sporting scene, it needs the help of a fledgling league-one that faces its own issues.
One of the strong pillars of business is the SME sector which is presently suffering from lack of resources to modernise, under-financed and are often overwhelmed by rules and regulations which they lack administrative resources to address.
This represents a massive expense for our chronically under-financed school district.
--stabilization of health financing by legally enforcing a minimal level, taking into account that in Romania healthcare is chronically under-financed, with expenditure 3 times smaller than the EU average (according to Vladescu et al., 2016, Romania allocates 988 USD/capita unlike the EU average of 3,379 USD/capita);
My particular focus is on the most under-financed and under-served sector i.e.
He believes that the biggest challenge is the "heavily under-financed system because healthcare never has been a priority for the Latvian parliament and government.