(HBO) – A delegation comprising officials of the Vietnam Fatherland Front (VFF) Committee, the Department of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs, the Women’s Union, the Farmers’ Union and the Federation of Labour of Hoa Binh province on June 11 examined the provision of aid for people facing difficulties caused by the COVID-19 pandemic in Yen Thuy district.
Support for the pandemic-hit people was provided under the
Government’s Resolution 42/NQ-CP issued on April 9 and the Prime Minister’s
Decision 15/2020/QD-TTg on April 24.
Following the plan of the provincial People’s
Committee, from May 2 to 8, the Yen Thuy division for labour, invalids and
social affairs coordinated with the district’s post office to give financial
aid totaling over 10.38 billion VND (445,700 USD) to 11,033 locals. They
included 812 revolutionary contributors, 1,994 welfare beneficiaries, 3,203
members of poor households, and 5,024 others from near-poor families.
The local VFF committee and relevant organisations
monitored the entire process, from making lists of recipients to providing aid.
The district’s authorities haven’t recorded any complaints from locals so far.
However, the inspection delegation still found
out some eligible cases left unpaid or some getting support more than once.
Relevant agencies immediately took actions to correct their mistakes.
At the inspection session, the Lac Thuy
administration proposed the provincial People’s Committee provide funding to
cover the money the district has advanced to pay beneficiaries. It also asked
for detailed guidance in defining which labourers without contracts are eligible
of the provincial VFF Committee and the delegation asked local authorities to
press on with communications to help the public understand more about the
support policy and its targeted beneficiaries. They also requested strong
coordination among the local VFF committee, organisations and relevant agencies
in monitoring the policy implementation.
(HB) - On September 5th, along with millions of students nationwide, more than 23,000 students of our province are eagerly entering the new school year of 2020-2021.
(HBO) - Hoa Binh province’s Department of Education and Training held a conference to review the implementation of tasks in the 2019 – 2020 academic year, and discuss orientations and plans for primary education in the 2020-2021 academic year.
(HBO) - These days, a lot of streets and alleys of Quyet Thang commune have been glowing with the red flags, the banners and the slogans to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the August Revolution and the National Day, September 2nd. Quyet Thang commune, a new-born name in the administrative map of Lac Son district, but it is not unfamiliar to the people in the district. In early January 2020, implementing the Resolution No.830 of the Standing Committee of the National Assembly, the commune was established on the basis of merging 3 communes, Phu Luong, Phuc Tuy and Chi Thien.
(HBO) – The People’s Committee of Hoa Binh province has reviewed the implementation of the national target programme on sustainable poverty reduction for the 2016-2020 period at a recent conference.
(HBO) - Moi Mit hamlet in Yen Mong commune, Hoa Binh province, was selected as the "village of culture and national defence” model in 2016, which has created important momentum for the locality to move forward and given a facelift to the hamlet.
(HBO) - Tan Thinh, one of the central wards of Hoa Binh city, has recorded positive achievements in socio-economic development and in improving the material and spiritual life of local residents over the last five years.