(HBO) – The great national solidarity festival has been held in Bieng hamlet in Tan Lac district’s Quyet Chien commune.


Attending the event were Quach The Ngoc, a member of the provincial Party Committee's Standing Board and head of its Commission for Information and Education, and leaders of some departments and agencies as well as Tan Lac district.

 Quach The Ngoc, head of the provincial Party Committee's Commission for Information and Education, and leaders of a number of agencies hand over gifts to Bieng hamlet in Tan Lac district’s Quyet Chien commune.

Bieng hamlet has 100 households with 442 people, of which Muong ethnic minority group accounts for 99% of the population.

This year, thanks to the application of scientific and technological advancements and actively responding to emulation campaigns to promote production, the locality’s economy has gradually developed and the material and spiritual lives of local people have been increasingly improved.

The villagers' per capita income is estimated at 30.9 million VND (1,240 USD). There are 22 poor households in the hamlet. All local children of school-ageaccess schooling.

Social security and order are maintained and 95% of the households are recognised as cultural families. Local residents contributed money and working days to build roads and install surveillance cameras. The hamlet is honoured as a cultural residential area.

Speaking at the event, Quach The Ngoc, head of the provincial Party Committee's Commission for Information and Education, lauded achievements gained by Bieng hamlet and hoped that local residents would actively follow patriotic emulation campaigns and observe the guidelines of the Party as well as policies and regulations of the State.

He urged local people to protect the environment, pay due attention to education, preserve cultural identity and seek ways to reduce the number of poor households.

The commune's Fatherland Front Committee was asked to perform well the dissemination work while the Party committee and administration were requested to pay attention to building infrastructure and help with production techniques and the sale of products.

On this occasion, the provincial Vietnam Fatherland Front Committee presented 10 gift packages to 10 poor households. The commune People's Committee handed over certificates of merit to 13 households that have recognised as cultural families for the third consecutive year./.


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