human value

Availability

Strategies:
Confining availability of materials
Improving availability of agricultural inputs
Increasing availability of plant materials for afforestation
Increasing availability from biotechnology of materials for improving health
Increasing availability of renewable basic materials
Increasing accessibility of resources for biotechnology
Monitoring implementation of Agenda 21 in respect of availability of financial resources
Reconciling urban planning with availability of water resources
Limiting availability
Increasing availability of low-cost sanitation options
Stabilizing availability
Guaranteeing availability of cash
Controlling availability of arms
Broadening basic product availability
Extending public transport availability to less-populated areas
Expanding needed goods availability
Limiting information availability
Expanding working capital availability
Developing presently unusable farming land
Providing motivational methodologies
Supplying public information
Structuring allocation systems in response to capital availability
Ensuring availability of basic reserves
Limiting resource availability by disrupting natural systems
Ensuring adequate life education
Accelerating essential capital availability
Regulating economic output in response to market values
Regulating job availability through resource availability
Refining mode of access to natural resources
Restricting labour availability through social attitudes
Providing information on labour availability
Regulating economic resource availability
Quickening engagement availability
Establishing scholarship loan fund
Creating youth employment
Universalizing employment availability
Recognizing availability of services
Increasing access to technical expertise in remote communities
Restricting availability of community space
Restricting development through availability of capital
Increasing amount of cultivable land
Increasing amount of food
Limiting availability of terrorist weapons
Increasing availability of trams
Increasing availability of commercial sites
Increasing availability of public facilities
Increasing availability of timely data
Increasing availability of public information
Restricting availability of local business capital
Increasing availability of training costs
Increasing availability of local services
Increasing availability of modern equipment
Increasing availability of learning resources
Increasing availability of impartial expertise
Increasing availability of agricultural training
Limiting availability of land
Limiting availability of public transport
Limiting availability of commercial sites
Limiting availability of public facilities
Limiting availability of data
Limiting availability of public information
Limiting availability of training
Limiting availability of local services
Limiting availability of farming capital
Limiting availability of modern equipment
Limiting availability of expertise
Limiting availability of education
Developing adult retraining schemes
Creating long-range, world-wide capital flow plan
Increasing available land
Stabilizing availability of work
Stabilizing availability of food
Blocking availability of knowledge
Improving safeguards against fire
Reducing inequality of access to food
Increasing availability of goods
Producing agricultural equipment
Providing sufficient expert knowledge
Providing sufficient agricultural capital
Providing sufficient local commercial services
Providing sufficient skilled manpower in rural areas
Providing sufficient relevant education in rural communities
Limiting availability of loans
Limiting availability of commodities
Limiting availability of health resources
Limiting availability of long-term capital
Limiting availability of functional information
Limiting availability of learning opportunities
Limiting availability of education in the country
Limiting availability of local commercial resources
Limiting availability of public services in the small towns
Limiting availability of investment capital for urban renewal
Limiting availability of therapeutic substances of human origin
Limiting availability of technical expertise in remote communities
Limiting availability of practical skills in agricultural communities
Freeing up availability of loans
Freeing up availability of commodities
Freeing up availability of health resources
Freeing up availability of local business capital
Freeing up availability of functional information
Freeing up availability of learning opportunities
Freeing up availability of public services in small towns
Freeing up availability of investment capital for urban renewal
Increasing availability of therapeutic substances of human origin
Improving availability of information
Subjects:
Type Classification:
C: Constructive values