under-financed

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under-financed

[ˌʌndəˈfaɪnænst] adjsenza fondi sufficienti
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This represents a massive expense for our chronically under-financed school district.
As the number of severe crises increases, small to medium-sized crises become more and more neglected or under-financed.
The English-speaking majority must not be disadvantaged or disproportionately under-financed, as a Welsh language industry is expanded.
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.
My particular focus is on the most under-financed and under-served sector i.
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.
Impoverished Haiti's public health sector, which primarily serves the poor, has long been woefully under-financed and receives less than 5 percent of the national budget.
Most contractors are under-financed and try to rely on suppliers for extended payment terms.
Woefully under-financed, the system, like many others, needs a major injection of tax dollars.
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.
In the past, what was very common when it looked like [Social Security] was under-financed was to schedule a modest increase in the contribution rate out to the future when it would be needed.