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underserve

(ŭn′dər-sûrv′)
tr.v. under·served, under·serving, under·serves
To supply with insufficient services, especially social and health services.
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ceremony of launching Refinance and Credit Guarantee Scheme for Women Entrepreneurs in Underserved areas.
Fannie Maes DTS Underserved Markets Plan can be found on FHFAs DTS Underserved Markets Plan List page.
The Consumer Bureau today has acted to implement the recent law that extends to more small creditors the specific provisions for operating in rural or underserved areas," CFPB Director Richard Cordray said in a statement.
said it is partnering with the National Health IT Collaborative for the Underserved (NHIT) to support the "Advancing Health Equity through Precision Medicine Tools" Challenge (www.
In fact, when surveyed, the reasons many of the underserved don't use traditional financial products had more to do with their lifestyles and mind-sets than it had to do with having failed in the traditional financial model," writes Tiffany Dood in the paper, "Giving Credit Where Credit Is Due: Serving the Underserved in the United States Through Insight into the European Credit Culture.
Each participant indicated that some type of service should be provided for the underserved population.
The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency will update the list of distressed and underserved nonmetropolitan middle-income geographies annually, and will post updates on the FFIEC web site by April 1 of each year.
They also bring outside resources into a school system to expand the capacity of a school district to create innovative schools in underserved areas.
The event, which featured Diane Sawyer as mistress of ceremonies and Sir Elton John as the featured special musical guest, raised money for scholarships for college and university students from underserved urban neighborhoods and development towns in Israel.
Resulting in increased availability for the delivery of oral health care to underserved areas.
Officials at six medical schools-the University of Chicago, Loyola University, the University of Illinois at Chicago, Northwestern University, Rush Medical College and The Chicago Medical School-say that increasing those numbers is vital in order to address the striking health care gap that separates white from black and Latino communities, since African American and Hispanic health professionals are more likely to practice medicine in those underserved areas.
Feinstein made his comments at Farmers' Los Angeles headquarters as state Insurance Commissioner John Garamendi lauded the company for its efforts in underserved communities.