(HBO) – Tan Vuong hamlet in Yen Thuy district’s Phu Lai commune on November 6 organised the great national unity festival to celebrate 89th anniversary of the National United Front of Vietnam (November 18). The event was attended by member of the Party Central Committee and Secretary of the provincial Party Committee Bui Van Tinh, and leaders from competent authorities.
Member of the Party
Central Committee and Secretary of the provincial Party Committee Bui Van Tinh
and members of the provincial standing board present gifts to and congratulate
Tan Vuong hamlet’s residents.
a new hamlet, Tan Vuong was merged from Tan hamlet and Phu Vuong hamlet in
2019. Currently, Tan Vuong has 221 households with 768 residents, 60 percent of
whom are ethnic minority people.
In the past years, the hamlet officials and local residents have worked to
promote solidarity and attained significant achievements in socio-economic
development. This year, income per capita is estimated at 32.1 million VND
while the poverty rate is forecast to drop to 4.52 percent. There is no hunger
family and no dilapidated houses in the hamlet.
Besides economic development, local residents have worked together to
effectively carry out the campaign "All people join hands to build new-style
rural area and civilised urban area”.
Next year, Tan Vuong targets income per capita from 35 million VND, and the rate
of impoverished households under 3 percent. Meanwhile, it also sets a target to
have 93 percent of households meeting the standard of culture family.
Speaking at the event, Secretary of the provincial Party Committee Bui Van Tinh
congratulated and hailed the hamlet for its achievements, expressing his belief
that by promoting solidarity spirit together with local traditions, Tan Vuong
people will reap further success, contributing to the development of Yen Thuy
On the occasion, Tinh presented 20 gifts to 10 outstanding families and 10
households with specially difficult economic circumstance.
The People’s Committee of Phu Lai commune praised and presented gifts to
organisations, households and individuals who had excellent performance in
building "culture family” and the community./.
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