Reporting problems
Concentrating market power
Addressing latent problems
Addressing problem children
Addressing marital problems
Addressing problem avoidance
Addressing new social problems
Addressing inaction on problems
Addressing resignation to problems
Addressing minimization of problems
Addressing acute debt-servicing problems
Addressing health problems of the vagina
Addressing insoluble scientific problems
Addressing irreversible problem emergence
Concentrating on relevant scientific data
Addressing obsession with immediate problems
Relaxing preoccupation with isolated problems
Addressing failure of programmes against problems
Addressing multiplicity of problems facing society
Addressing general obstacles to problem alleviation
Addressing fixation on partial solutions to problems
Addressing inability to resolve problems realistically
Relaxing institutional preoccupation with obsolete problems
Addressing constraint of inherited problems on policy innovation
Addressing inadequate organizational mechanisms to act against problems
Addressing failure to include local populations in solutions to problems
Addressing inadequate research and development on problems of development
Addressing shortage of adequately trained personnel to act against problems
Addressing inadequate implementation of plans and programmes against problems
Addressing dependence on mental structures ill-adapted to contemporary problems
Addressing inadequate buildings and facilities for organized action against problems
Improving consensus concerning global problems
Psychology Behaviour
Type Classification:
B: Basic universal strategies
Related UN Sustainable Development Goals:
GOAL 1: No PovertyGOAL 3: Good Health and Well-beingGOAL 4: Quality Education