(HBO) – Over the recent years, Hoa Binh authorities have considered the implementation of patriotic emulation movements in ethnic minority areas as one of the important measures to create motivation for socio-economic development. The work not only contributes to hunger eradication and sustainable poverty reduction, but also multiplies good models, new ways of doing things, and exemplary examples of overcoming difficulties.

A model of planting chayote in Quyet Chien commune, Tan Lac district, brings about high income to many households. 

With creative ways, suitable to local realities, many movements have been spread, bringing about important results. Typically, Quyet Chien commune (Tan Lac) has tried to overcome difficulties to exceed the annual plan target. Tien hamlet in Thung Nai commune (Cao Phong) has actively donated land and contributed to building a new rural area, while My Thanh commune (Lac Son) has come up with many innovative ideas in economic development, improving people's living standards. 

Through these movements, a series of effective economic models have been established in remote and difficult areas, bringing local products to the market and enhancing their value, as well as creating jobs for the residents. 

The Dao Thong Nhat village agricultural cooperative in Hoa Binh city has ensured stable jobs for its 86 members and 20 seasonal workers, while the Muong Pa black pig farming cooperative in Mai Chau has generated jobs and stable income for 21 members and more than 140 others. 

The implementation of the movements has also seen many examples of typical ethnic minority people with innovative thinking and a strong will to thrive in production and business. They include Bui Van Tuong from the Muong ethnic group in Sung hamlet, Thanh Hoi commune (Tan Lac), who specialises in the production and trading of plant seedlings with high efficiency; and Bui Thi Huyen, also a Muong ethnic in Suoi Chuon village, Du Sang commune (Kim Boi), who run clothing processing for large factories, creating regular jobs for seven workers with an income of 3.5 - 5 million VND (149-213 USD)/person/month./.

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