(HBO) – On June 11, 1948, President Ho Chi Minh called on the entire nation to join a patriotic emulation movement to overcome hunger and illiteracy, and fight against foreign invaders.
Workers of GGS garment company at Da River
Left-Bank Industrial Park in Hoa Binh city join an emulation campaign in
production to achieve the dual goal of COVID-19 pandemic prevention and
control, and economic development.
Hoa Binh has for years considered patriotic
emulation movements a driving force behind the province's socio-economic
development and the successful implementation of targets and resolutions by
Party congresses at all levels.
The provincial People’s Committee has worked to
make such movements suitable to the local conditions, attracting the great
participation of people from all walks of life.
As a result, the province's socio-economic
development and people's living standards have been improved, with its annual
average poverty rate decreasing by 2-3 percent. The quality of health and
education has increased, while cultural preservation and security-defence have
Particularly in the 2021-2022 period, the
province has been seriously affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
According to Dang Mai Son, Director of the
provincial Department of Home Affairs, Hoa Binh has launched and directed the
implementation of a series of emulation campaigns, therefore realising the dual
goal of pandemic prevention and control, and economic development.
In 2021, the province’s Gross Regional Domestic
Product (GRDP) increased by 3.07 percent, while its per capita income reached
61.5 million VND (2,646 USD). Hoa Binh also added nine communes to its list of
new-style rural areas, bringing the total number to 65. It has so far raised
dozens of billions of VND for a fund for COVID-19 prevention and control, and
donated more than 300 tonnes of agricultural products, rice and food to support
southern provinces in the fight against the pandemic.
(HBO) – Statistics show that Hoa Binh province has 54 Buddhist relic sites, mostly ruins. There are only several pagodas that come under the management of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha (VBS), namely Phat Quang Hoa Binh, Kim Son Lac Hong and Linh Son Phat Tich, whose heads are appointed by the VBS. Meanwhile, the remainders are managed by the local cultural sector, authorities or individuals.
(HBO) – Da Bac district of Hoa Binh province on July 11 held a ceremony to mark 40 years since the local authorities move residents out of the Da river basin to serve the construction of the Hoa Binh hydroelectric power plant (1982 - 2022) and receive a third-class Labour Order.
(HBO) – Over the past several years, the Party Organisation of Tay Phong commune in Hoa Binh province's Cao Phong district has focused on Party building and developing a team of capable and qualified personnel that can be role models to gain trust from local residents and promote unity for the homeland’s development.
(HBO) – The Hoa Binh provincial People’s Committee held a regular meeting on June 30 to discuss draft documents to be submitted to the provincial Party Committee’s Standing Board and the provincial People’s Council, documents within the remit of the People’s Committee, and other important issues. Standing Vice Chairman of the People’s Committee Nguyen Van Toan chaired the event, which was also attended by Standing Vice Chairwoman of the People’s Council Nguyen Thi Cam Phuong.
(HBO) – The Hoa Binh Provincial Party Committee has cooperated with the Party Committee of the Vietnam People’s Navy to step up public awareness campaigns on Vietnam’s seas and islands since July 2018.
(HBO) - The war veterans’ association of Hoa Binh city has held its 2nd congress, for the 2022-2027 tenure.