(HBO) – Youngsters from the northern province of Hoa Binh have been actively engaging in the Green Sunday campaign which aims to raise public awareness of environmental protection.
Youths in Hung Thi
commune (Lac Thuy district) respond to Green Sunday.
The movement has helped enhance awareness of locals, agencies,
organisations and businesses about the need to protect the environment and
promote the civilised lifestyle. It also contributes to addressing environmental
pollution, overcoming natural disaster consequences, and coping with climate
change, in both urban and rural areas.
The campaign also encourages young people to
join in the building of new-style rural areas and civilised urban areas.
As a start of the Youth Month 2020 under the
theme "Young people volunteer and promote creativity for the community”, youth
unions across the province launched the Green Sunday event on the first day of
March with numerous activities such as planting trees and collecting garbage
along local roads.
During the day, local youth unions planted nearly 10,000 trees,
completed 26 projects on planting flower and trees along local roads, cleaned
up 47 historical relic sites, war martyrs’ cemeteries and memorial sites, removing
advertisements along 12 urban roads, collecting over 100 cu.m of garbage and
cleaned 52 sections of canals.
Youth unions also set up 30 voluntary groups to
raise public awareness about the COVID-19 epidemics by distributing nearly
2,000 leaflets, 1,000 face masks and 500 soap bars to locals.
The Green Sunday event was held amid the
complicated developments of the COVID-19 epidemic, so the launch ceremony was
not held, and participants in activities were given face masks, gloves and
Young people in the province engage in cleaning-up activities every
Sunday in response to the campaign. The campaign aims to increase awareness of
youngsters in environmental protection, promotion of cultural values, and
formation of civilised lifestyle in urban and rural areas./.
(HBO) - The organising board of the Technical Innovation Contest held a ceremony on January 13 afternoon to announce the winners of the 8th provincial Technical Innovation Contest and the 17th Teenager’s and Children's Innovation Contest. Vice Chairman of the provincial People's Committee Dinh Cong Su, who is also Chairman of the provincial Council of Science and Technology, attended the event.
(HBO) – The Board for Ethnic Minority Affairs of the Hoa Binh provincial People’s Committee has held a meeting to review its performance in 2021 and launch tasks for this year. Vice Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee Dinh Cong Su attended the event.
(HBO) – With just half a month to go before the Tet (Lunar New Year – Year of the Tiger), officials and people in Hoa Binh province are promoting patriotic emulation movements, fully tapping potential and actively removing difficulties to effectively implement the "dual goal" of COVID-19 prevention and control while resuming production and socio-economic development in the new normal. Resolution of the 17th provincial Party Congress will be realised as well as the socio-economic development plan and the State budget estimate for 2022.
(HBO) – Hoa Binh province
was established on June 22, 1886 under the name of "Muong”, with its
administrative centre based in Cho Bo township. On September 5, 1896, the
administrative centre was moved to Vinh Dieu village of Hoa Binh commune, which
is now in Hoa Binh city. From then on, the province officially got the name it
(HBO) - In recent years, the
program of the new rural construction has been the driving force for the people
in the remote commune of Gia Mo (Tan Lac) to overcome the difficulties in
socio-economic development. Arriving in Gia Mo, it is possible to feel that the
rural appearance has markedly changed.
(HBO) – As of December 24, 2021, the Party Organisation of Yen Thuy district had 33 grassroots Party organisations, including 15 grassroots Party cells, and 222 subordinate Party cells with total 5,475 Party members who are highly qualified in ideology and professional capacity and win trust from local residents.