lack of capacity

See: incapacity
References in classic literature ?
And if Pierre was often struck by Andrew's lack of capacity for philosophical meditation (to which he himself was particularly addicted), he regarded even this not as a defect but as a sign of strength.
School fires have remained a thorn in the flesh for various institutions amid concerns of lack of capacity to contain them.
But more worrying is the exposure of the lack of capacity to deal with floods.
The Afghan side, however, still has areas controlled by militants 'due to the lack of capacity of the Afghan forces, and now with the reduced footprint of the international forces'.
He said the issue now resides inside Afghanistan as there are ungoverned swathes and unchecked threat due to the lack of capacity of the Afghan forces and the reduced footprint of the international forces.
Pointing to Afghanistan's failure to combat terrorism, he said the issue now resides inside Afghanistan owing to ungoverned swathes and unchecked threat across the border, besides lack of capacity of Afghan forces and the reduced footprint of international forces.
The Army's media wing further said that Pakistan is paying the cost for lack of capacity in the Afghan armed forces and ungoverned spaces on the Afghan side of the border.
Pakistan is paying price of Afghan forces' lack of capacity and ungoverned spaces on Afghan side of the border.
Africans appear to have ears that hardly hear and eyes that cannot see even the most obvious things around us, one of which is the lack of capacity on the continent--an issue that interestingly came upon the first day of the Bulawayo conference.
THE number of operations cancelled due to a lack of capacity in hospitals or other non-medical reasons has risen by 50 per cent.
The Court of First Instance dismissed both claims on the grounds of lack of capacity.
The NHS trust declined the offer of six livers for patients due to a lack of capacity.