under-funded


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under-funded

[ˌʌndəˈfʌndɪd] adjinsufficientemente sovvenzionato/a
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carries out helps fund free, high-quality consulting services for under-funded, women-focused charities throughout Chicago.
Under-funded and under-staffed, our most precious public service is suffering under the terrible Tory financial squeeze.
While presenting the report, Chairman of the Committee, Solomon Phillip Jissimah said the Committee increased the size of the budget in order to adequately carter for some rural roads and other infrastructural projects that were either not funded or under-funded in the initial submission.
But, the program has been chronically under-funded leading to a number of missed opportunities for investing in important areas.
Consequently public services in Wales remain under-funded, while those in Scotland receive generous finance.
He noted that Yemen has the second-highest rate of chronic malnutrition in the world after Afghanistan, adding that the USD 592 million humanitarian appeal for 2014 is under-funded, and funds from donors are urgently needed.
The MPs all represent under-funded areas which receive low pupil funding - with Warwickshire's average overall spending per pupil of PS4,662.81being ranked 130th out of 151 education authorities in England.
"I think it is highly likely many rural areas will benefit, because they have been under-funded in the past.
Summary: Muscat: Under-funded farmers and fishermen lose thousands of rials each year as one-third of their ...
Earlier this year, two new claims were approved for veterans' benefits, drawing $1,630 a month from an account that was intentionally under-funded in May because the new claims were unexpected.