(HBO) – The rough and muddy roads have been gradually concretised, while the cultural houses in hamlets and villages have been built, serving as gathering, art and sport exchange places for residents in Kim Boi district, northern Hoa Binh province.
The once dry fields have now
become green with melon, chilly, gourd and maize plants. The farms raise from
several hundreds to thousands of chickens. Home gardens have been renovated
into orchards with high economic value.
They are the vivid illustration of changes in
the way of thinking and doing of locals in communes in areas benefitting from
the Programme 135 on Poverty Reduction in Kim Boi district.
from ethnic affair department of Kim Boi district and Son Thuy commune examine
quality of a road in Khoang hamlet.
Head of the ethnic affair department of Kim
Boi district Nguyen Thanh Trung said implementing Programme 135, the district
has carried out effectively ethnic policies and programmes via investment in
building infrastructure, maintaining construction works, supporting production
development, building water supply facilities, and providing direct support for
These activities have positively contributed to
the local socio-economic development as well as security-defence and social
order and safety. In particular, the programmes and projects are carried out in
a democratic and transparent manner from the grassroots level, with investment
made for the right purposes and target beneficiaries, thus strengthening the
trust of people in the Party and State’s ethnic affair policies.
Implementing effectively tasks on the ethnic
work, infrastructure in rural areas of Kim Boi district has step by step
upgraded. Ethnic people have changed their way of thinking and actively worked
to develop the household economy. To date, the rate of poor households in the
district’s urban area has reduced to 20.17 percent. The average annual per
capita income is estimated at over 22.6 million VND (971.8 USD). These outcomes
have significantly contributed to political stability and security in ethnic
minority areas in Kim Boi district as well as promoting the great unity of the
nation in the process of building and development./.
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(HBO) - The Management Board of the provincial industrial parks held a meeting to respond to the World Environment Day (5/6). Attending the meeting were leaders of departments and 150 workers from 16 enterprises of Da river left industrial park in Hoa Binh city and Mong Hoa industrial zone in Ky Son district.
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