(HBO) – Hoa Binh province boasts considerably potential for developing fisheries as it is home to over 14,460ha of pond, lake, irrigation work, and hydropower reservoir surface, along with some river and big streams that can be used for cage fish farming or fishing. Notably, the Hoa Binh hydropower reservoir is considered a precious treasure of fishery resources in the northwestern region.
Residents in Ne village of Suoi Hoa commune (Tan Lac
district) are developing cage fish farming as a source of livelihood.
To tap into existing potential and advantages,
preserve and develop fishery resources, and create stable livelihoods to
improve living standards for residents near the Da River reservoir, over the
past years, the provincial Department of Agriculture and Rural Development has
pushed ahead with restructuring the fisheries sector in a way that increases
cage farming in particular and aquaculture in general.
Authorities have been working to expand the cage
farming of quality and high-value fish species on local rivers and large lakes,
especially the Hoa Binh hydropower reservoir, with advanced aquacultural
technologies applied. They have boosted upgrading fish fry production
establishments, disseminating the Law on Fisheries, monitoring exploitation
activities so as to detect and deal with any wrongdoings in a timely manner,
conserving aquatic biodiversity and the environment, and recovering fishery
resources in river basins and lakes.
For 2022, the province looks to maintain the
aquaculture area, raise the number of fish farming cages to 4,900, and record
12,000 tonnes in the total fishery output, including 10,000 tonnes from
aquaculture and 2,000 tonnes from fishing.
The fisheries sub-department reported that in
the first half of this year, Hoa Binh produced more than 26 million fish fries
while maintaining 2,700ha of water surface for aquaculture and 4,750 farming
cages. The aquaculture output stood at 5,199 tonnes, up 10% year on year.
Meanwhile, fishing mostly takes place on the Da River hydropower reservoir,
rivers, large streams, and lakes, harvesting an estimated 961 tonnes, rising 5%
from a year earlier.
Hoa Binh plans to develop the farming of
high-value fishery species, especially cage fish farming on large reservoirs,
to serve processing and export. It targets 3,000ha of water surface for
aquaculture, 5,500 farming cages, and over 15,000 tonnes in fishery output by
To achieve the targets, authorities are taking
measures for diversifying fishery species, encouraging the farming of new and
high-quality varieties that suit local conditions so as to improve productivity
and value, and expanding concentrated farming areas on the Da River reservoir.
They have also paid attention to food safety and VietGAP practices, origin
traceability, along with trade promotion./.
(HBO) – As the COVID-19 pandemic has been put under control, business, trade and service activities in Hoa Binh have recovered and developed strongly, with effective operation of markets, shopping centres and supermarkets.
(HBO) - According to the report of the People's Committee of Lac Thuy district, in the first 6 months of the year, the value of the industrial and handicraft production in the district was estimated at 780.74 billion VND, reaching 49.95% of the plan. Some key products with advantages have brought high economic value. They include 112.98 thousand m3 of exploiting stone of all kinds, reaching 49.97% of the plan; 46.5 million of baked bricks, reaching 49.8% of the plan; 13.14 million of the concrete bricks, reaching 49.6% of the plan.
(HBO) – Under the Government’s Project No. 06/CP on developing the application of population data, electronic identification and electronic verification, public security forces at all levels in Hoa Binh province have stepped up communications, encouraged and guided local residents to handle administrative procedures on the public service portal.
(HBO) – The Hoa Binh Provincial Council for Emulation and Commendation coordinated with the People’s Committee of Hoa Binh city to hold the first exchange conference for role models on July 7. The event was attended by leaders of the provincial Department of Home Affairs and the Hoa Binh Municipal People’s Committee, along with 41 individuals who are role models from localities across the province.