The president of nonprofit elder care trade association LeadingAge argued that current systems are "crumbling."
The town straddles the banks of the Tvertsa river, which meanders between hills dotted by crumbling cathedrals.
Our investigation published today reveals that national parks are grappling with crumbling facilities and closed trails.
However, as night falls, the neons that adorn Marrakech illuminate the surrounding crumbling buildings in a way that’s almost glamorous.
Through incentive infrastructure, government agencies could "sell" crumbling infrastructure assets to private operators.
“We need a government of Buhari’s type,” said Mohammed Inusa, a kola nut vendor on the crumbling sidewalk opposite the emir’s palace here.
“Stabilising the system means stemming the flow of drugs, reducing overcrowding, fixing the crumbling estate and improving officer retention.
Meanwhile, Italy's healthcare system is crumbling under the strain of a never-ending stream of patients and a lack of beds and medical resources.
Ineffective detectives Max and Ivan are called to help the penniless ringmaster of the crumbling Cirque Du Solihull (guest star Bridget Christie).
But the response will be curtailed by crumbling health services and weak economies in some countries; war and densely packed refugee camps in others.
Meanwhile, Italy's healthcare system is crumbling under the strain of a never-ending stream of patients, a lack of beds, and shortages of medical resources.
Wigan is embracing the concrete age, replacing its crumbling old architecture - the butt of many a cruel joke - with futuristic looking, high-rise structures.
But the virus has reached crisis levels other countries — notably India, where the health system is crumbling under record levels of infections and a slow vaccine rollout.
…the elected leaders of Russia, Ukraine, and Belarus (Belorussia) signed an agreement forming a new association to replace the crumbling Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (U.S.S.R.).
He added: “I remember what it was like 20 years ago, before the sustained investment we’ve seen over the last two decades – crumbling tube lines, unreliable services, old-fashioned ticketing system and lack of coordination.
So how can state and federal authorities hope to repair our crumbling highways, tunnels, railways, transmission lines and other pressing infrastructure needs — let alone launch new infrastructure projects to prepare for the future?
The assemblage of crumbling buildings remaining on the island allude to its history, which includes roles as a prison camp during the Civil War, a psychiatric hospital, a tuberculosis sanitarium, a homeless center and alcohol and drug treatment centers.
Erica Keswin, a workplace strategist, a former executive coach at New York University's Stern School of Business, and the author of "Bring Your Human to Work," also cited the "flattening" of the workplace: The traditional corporate hierarchy is crumbling.
Ali al-Saffar at the International Energy Agency, a Paris-based NGO, told The Independent the power shortages were anchored in crumbling infrastructure, increased demand, legacy issues, corruption and people illegally siphoning off electricity from the main grid.
Bernstein, meanwhile, found that the pandemic is exacerbating problems that already existed at legacy-media companies like Discovery and ViacomCBS, which were overly reliant on the now crumbling traditional-TV ecosystem and may have waited too long to develop viable streaming strategies.
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