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Focused on or relating to a community:‘community-based projects’
communal, community, community-based, collective, group, general, popular, civil, civic, public, societalView synonyms
- ‘What opportunities exist in Congress for collaboration or bipartisan support of community-based forestry proposals?’
- ‘This should include both media as well as information services such as news agencies and community-based radio.’
- ‘Many community-based organizations provide loan programs and grant assistance.’
- ‘It would also use reclaimed sewage water and provide a community-based source of jobs for a depressed population.’
- ‘The majority of these individuals are there because community-based treatments are not available.’
- ‘This need is being met with community-based health care organizations (CBHCOs).’
- ‘The community-based clinic was in an apartment within walking distance of a large part of the community.’
- ‘To be eligible for funding, organizations must be not-for-profit, incorporated and community-based or local government agencies.’
- ‘However, the document did not provide a comment system nor did it provide a community-based forum.’
- ‘The weekly political newsletter would have the kind of information often found in activist groups' publications, but would be more community-based.’
- ‘We believe Dublin offers interesting opportunities that fit well with our plans to develop our community-based publishing interests.’
- ‘"He practiced community-based medicine well before it became fashionable!"’
- ‘This community-based program, which employs nine full-time faculty and 36 residents, primarily serves low-income, uninsured patients.’
- ‘Williamson intends to form public-private partnerships and community-based initiatives to improve facilities at parks around the city.’
- ‘She feels the Government should do more to develop community-based services.’
- ‘This research has more recently been via community-based survey studies.’
- ‘The second phase, a community-based cross-sectional survey, has already yielded interesting data, including:’
- ‘A stint as artistic director at the community-based theatre followed and firmly established Arnold as a creative force eager to nurture cutting-edge works.’
- ‘I don't see the support, the disposition, the openness that is necessary to help these groups that are community-based.’
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