(HBO) - Over the past years, the Party Committee of Dong Lai commune (Tan Lac) has focused on leading and directing Party cells, agencies and mass organisations to build plans bring the Resolution of the commune's Party Congress for the 2020 - 2025 term and the annual Resolution of the commune's Party Committee to life.
Red-flesh pomelo growing model of Bui Van Vinh
(left), Dong Tam village, Dong Lai commune (Tan Lac), generates stable income.
Vu Manh Thang, Secretary of the communal Party Committee,
said that in the past year, the communal Party Committee set 22 specific
targets in the building of the Party and the political system, and
socio-economic development, with focus on improving the combat strength of
grassroots Party organisations, promoting democracy and solidarity, and
maintaining discipline; speeding up socio-economic development, diversifying
agro-forestry, industry and handicraft and service and trade industries; and
maintaining administrative reform to make Dong Lai develop comprehensively.
The communal Party Committee currently has 326 members of 13
Party cells. It has concertedly implemented many solutions to bring the Party's
resolutions to life, with focus on leading socio-economic and cultural
development and defence and security tasks, and improving the material and spiritual
life of local people, on the basis of determining agriculture and forestry
accounting for nearly 50% of the economic structure, industry and handicraft
25%, services 25%.
Attention has been paid to administrative reform, investment
attraction, budget management, construction of traffic infrastructure works,
and site clearance.
Currently, the commune has 335 hectares of rice, 68 hectares
of maize, 55 hectares of sugarcane, 45 hectares of vegetables of all kinds,
with stable productivity and output. The total herd of buffaloes and cows is
over 1,400 heads, pigs over 1,700 heads, poultry over 75,000 heads, goats over
1,120 heads. The commune accelerates the transformation of crop structure,
increases production value, promotes land consolidation, and directs locals to
develop concentrated husbandry and cultivation. Collective economic models are
encouraged to develop, while agricultural economic models such as planting
red-flesh pomelo and off-season dragon fruit have created many jobs and stable
income for workers.
Over the past time, Dong Lai commune has intensified
investment attraction, created favourable conditions for the development of
industry and handicraft, prioritised developing services and trade, and brought
into full play local potential and advantages. At present, the commune’s per
capita income reaches 56.36 million VND (2,400 USD) per year./.
(HBO) - Tu Ly - Hien Luong revolutionary base area is one of the four revolutionary bases in the northern mountainous province of Hoa Binh. The area was recognised as a national revolutionary historical site by the Ministry of Culture and Information in 1996, becoming a "red” address for revolutionary traditional education and a tourism hot spot for visitors.
(HBO) – The Party Committee of Phu Nghia commune in Lac Thuy district has focused on effectively implementing Politburo’s Directive No 05 on promoting the studying and following of President Ho Chi Minh's ideology, morality and lifestyle. As a result, the work has become a regular task of collectives and individuals, creating remarkable changes in the locality.
(HBO) – Bui Van Khanh, Deputy Secretary of the Hoa Binh provincial Party Committee and Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee, has visited and presented gifts to officials and residents in the Muong Khoi revolutionary base in An Nghia and Tan My communes of Lac Son district. He was joined by officials of the provincial Departments of Public Security; Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs; and Culture, Sports and Tourism.
(HBO) – A Hoa Binh working group led by Bui Duc Hinh, Deputy Secretary of the provincial Party Committee and Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee, visited and presented gifts to the Party Organisation, administration and residents of Cao Phong-Thach Yen former revolutionary base in Cao Phong district on August 22.
(HBO) – Deputy Secretary of the Party Committee and Chairman of the People’s Council of Hoa Binh province Bui Van Khanh hosted a reception on August 22 for a delegation from the Japan-Vietnam Friendship Association in Hiroshima prefecture led by its President Miyuki Sakuma.
(HBO) - Setting up an altar worshipping President Ho Chi Minh, hanging his picture and offering incense and flowers on holidays and festivals has become a cultural practice in the lives of many families in the northern province of Hoa Binh. Particularly, on the occasion of the August Revolution (August 19) and National Day (September 2), Hoa Binh people usually offer incense and flowers on the altar to show their respect to President Ho Chi Minh whom they refer to as Uncle Ho.