(HBO) - The resolution released at the 15th Hoa Binh Party Congress for the 2015-2020 tenure sets a target of 95 percent of rural locals accessing clean water by 2020. To this end, over the years, the province has focused on implementing many programmes and projects to mobilise resources for rural water supply and environmental sanitation.
Over the years, thanks
to support of the State, locals in Giap Dat commune of Da Bac district have
enjoyed clean water.
One of the key programmes in the field that has been sped up
is an outcome-based project on expanding the coverage of rural sanitation and
clean water for the 2016-2020 period, using loans from the World Bank.
The National Target Programme on New-Style Rural Area has
defined the focus of investment in realising the target of raising the ratio of
rural people accessing clean water in communes covered by the programme.
After years of overcoming difficulties, the national target
programme on clean water and rural environmental sanitation has gained
considerable achievements. The ratio of rural people accessing clean water
reached 91.5 percent, while 85.6 percent of poor households enjoyed clean
The rate of schools having clean water and hygienic toilets is
80.9 percent, while the rate of communal health care station with clean water
and hygienic toilets is 90.1 percent.
The resolution of the 15th provincial Party Congress sets
that by 2020, 95 percent of rural people enjoy clean water, 75 percent of rural
households have hygienic toilets, 100 percent of schools and health care
stations have hygienic toilets and clean water works, and the majority of regional
health care stations are equipped with hygienic toilets, water supply work and
hand cleansing equipment.
Compared to the goals, the province has nearly completed the
target of the ratio of rural people accessing clean water.
According to the provincial Party Committee, at the end of
2018, six targets set in the resolutions were completed and exceeded, while
among the remaining nine targets, the goal of the ratio of rural people
accessing clean water was nearly finished. This is a good condition for the
province to complete and surpass the target in the future, thus improving the
public health and people’s living conditions, contributing to the sustainable
socio-economic development in the locality./.
(HBO) – In 2020, the northern province of Hoa Bih aims to plant 5,650 hectares of forest. To fulfil this target, the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development had consulted the provincial People’s Committee to issue documents launching the campaign of growing trees in commemoration of late President Ho Chi Minh.
(HBO) - Trang (White) Bridge in Hoa Binh City in the northern province of the same name opened to traffic on June 22, more than a week ahead of schedule, after the contractor completed concreting the bridge surface a day earlier.
(HBO) – A feasibility study of Hoa Binh 2 Bridge project was approved by the People’s Committee of Hoa Binh province under Decision No. 2536 dated January 30, 2018.
(HBO) – Phase II of the Forest and Farm Facility (FFF) programme has been carried out by Hoa Binh province Farmers’ Association since 2019. It aims to raise capacity of forest growers, families, women, youths and people of ethnic minority groups, facilitating poverty reduction and climate change adaptation.
(HBO) - Since the beginning of the year, enterprises in Hoa Binh in particular and in the whole country in general have been seriously affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Although departments, agencies and localities have made great efforts and synchronously implemented solutions to generate jobs for local labourers, the number of employed workers has remained low.
(HBO) - In response to Dispatch No. 414/MTTQ-BTT, issued on April 4, 2020, by the Standing Committee of Hoa Binh province’s chapter of the Vietnam Fatherland Front (VFF), on donation for the prevention and control of the COVID-19 pandemic, more than 800 organisations and individuals have so far donated over 12.2 billion VND (523,773 USD) worth of money and goods.