(HBO) – Currently, value chain production has become a top choice of agricultural industry towards the goal of improving product value and sustainable development. To catch up with the tendency, with existing potential and advantages of the Da river reservoir area, the Hoa Binh Cooperative Alliance in the northen mountainous province of Hoa Binh has promoted activities to support cooperatives to build value chain models for the fisheries industry, thereby contributing to improving the quality and value of the "Da river fish” (fish cage farming in the river) products in the market.
Realising the economic value of Da river fisheries, many families have jointly established Bay Tuyen fish cooperative with a scale of 25 cages, specialising in raising specialties such as: black lentils, yellow lentils, black carp, red tilapia and common carp, among others.
Currently, on average Bay Tuyen fish cooperative provides to the market about 100 tonnes of fresh fish of all kinds a year, mainly in Hanoi and neighboring provinces. Besides fresh fish products, the cooperative also produces some processed fish products such as dried fish floss.
On average Bay Tuyen fish cooperative provides to market about 100 tonnes of fresh fish of all kind a year.
At present, the province has eight cooperatives and six cooperative group operating in aquaculture and seafood processing with nearly 100 members, mainly in the area of Hoa Binh lake. Taking the industry as one of the province's strengths, the Provincial Cooperative Alliance has focused on activities to support cooperatives and cooperative groups in aquaculture and aquatic product processing in the Da river area.
Vo Hoai Giap, head of support department of the alliance, said that fishes from Hoa Binh lake have big brand names in Hanoi market as well as neighboring provinces.
Building a value chain that brings together cooperatives plays an important role in building a brand name for fish products in the locality while expanding the production scale, meeting market demand, among others.
In particular, the alliance has organised many conferences to introduce and promote products for its members. In 2022, it held two conferences to connect supply, demand and popularise products in Hanoi, Hai Phong with the participation of 84 cooperatives, 66 enterprises inside and outside the province. At the same time, the alliance organised two training courses on cooperative management; 11 vocational training classes for 333 members and employees; and supported 12 cooperatives to borrow 3.12 billion VND (133,000 USD) from cooperative support fund./.
(HBO) -The Office of the Hoa Binh provincial People's Committee has just issued Notice No.3402/TB-VPUBND on the conclusion of the Chairman of the provincial People's Committee at the meeting of the provincial steering committee for improving the investment and business environment and provincial competitiveness index (PCI).
(HBO) – The authority of Lac Son district is striving to improve the District and Department Competitiveness Index (DDCI), aiming to improve the business and investment environment, thus attracting more businesses and investors to the locality.
(HBO) - On May 13rd, the Provincial Business Association hosted a conference on association, cooperation and development of Business Associations in the provinces of Hoa Binh, Son La, Dien Bien, Lai Chau with the theme "Sharing the mechanisms and policies to support the businesses in the Northwest mountainous provinces”; signing a cooperation agreement on the legal support for businesses between the Center of Vietnam International Arbitration and the Business Associations of 4 Northwest provinces.
(HBO) – Hoa Binh province’s State budget collection was estimated at 253.3 billion VND (10.79 million USD) in April, equivalent to 15% of the target assigned by the Resolution of the provincial People's Council, according to a report by the provincial People’s Committee.
(HBO) – Farmers in Dong Lai commune in Tan Lac district have successfully piloted and are expanding the model of off-season red flesh dragon fruit farming as it helps increase income and improve people’s living conditions.
(HBO) – In the 2022 Provincial Competitiveness Index (PCI) announced by the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) in early April, Hoa Binh ranked 53rd out of the country's 63 provinces and cities with a total score of 62.81 points, up 9 places compared to 2021. This result reflected efforts of the whole political system in reforming administrative procedures and improving the local business investment environment.