Maslow's hierarchy of needs

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Maslow's hierarchy of needs

 
see need.
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There are political, social, cultural, and economic forces that have combined to create in the United States a health-care system that is unjust and inadequate in terms of meeting basic human needs. Institutional and entrepreneurial forces have typically defined our needs; our system is currently driven by profit, often without needs being independently established and with benefits claimed that are not adequately documented.
These people need care: more shelters where basic human needs are provided for, detoxification services, counseling, short-term living arrangements, out-patient treatment, job-training programs-all of which would be cheaper than incarceration.
It comprises three general measures categorized into: basic human needs, foundations of wellbeing, and opportunity.
The book's conclusion highlights lessons learned about the effectiveness of aid in weak states, and recommends that the US partner with other developed nations to strengthen the capacity of weak states to control their territory and provide for basic human needs. Rice served as senior fellow in Foreign Policy Studies and Global Economy and Development at the Brookings Institution.
Mr Clinton has offered to waive the billions owed by 36 poor countries if they use the money saved on debt payments for health care, education and other basic human needs.
For there are many of all faiths and persuasions who do agree with us on what matters most: the development of a sustainable global capacity to meet basic human needs, the protection of the planet, and the personal and political freedom to express oneself.
Focusing on basic human needs and social experiences as the rationale for selecting class content, this education textbook provides guidelines and instructional activities for teaching history, geography, and the social sciences in each of the primary grades.

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