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I want to express something like this:

we should pay same attention to certain teams and normal staff; and we should provide food to certain teams and normal staff.

Actually I think it's not just simple "same", so I'm thinking about using "keep ...in balance", or "balance ..." (or any other including "balance") to combine above in one sentence.

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    what about "equal"? – Usernew Nov 5 '15 at 7:56
  • How about as well as? – Mamta D Nov 5 '15 at 7:57
  • Also, same to ..., as ... - with and you're comparing both to some abstract third thing; with as you compare one to the other. – SF. Nov 5 '15 at 9:15
  • What do you mean by "certain teams" -- not all teams, only some teams? – Tᴚoɯɐuo Nov 5 '15 at 19:07
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Why does it have to be a single sentence? Why not:

We should pay equal attention to certain teams and normal staff. We should also provide them with food.

Notice the "equal" instead of "same" -- if you prefer "same" in your example it would be "the same."

If for some reason a single sentence is important, then Mamta's suggestion is a good one, but I'd still streamline it:

We should pay equal attention to certain teams and normal staff, as well as provide them with food.

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