(HBO) - In 2017-2020, Lac Thuy district has converted 264.75 hectares of poor production land to that for the cultivation of crops with higher economic efficiency such as maize, vegetable, tea, and fruits like oranges and grapefruits.
Members of women’s association in Phu Nghia
commune (Lac Thuy) actively change crop structure to raise incomes.
The total area for fruits has been expanded to
1,208 hectares, including 710 hectares for oranges, and 392 hectares for
Production and consumption chains have been
established, and the application of science technology promoted, thus
increasing the added values of fruits. For example, one hectare of orange is
now worth 400 million VND (17,156 USD), and grapefruits 250 million VND.
In the 2021-2025 period, with a vision to 2030,
the district aims to continue converting over 221 hectares of rice, as well as
supporting farmers to build irrigation systems and sell products./.
(HBO) - Authorities of Lac Thuy district in Hoa Binh province are preparing the best conditions for its nine products to make breakthroughs in the One Commune One Product (OCOP) programme this year.
(HBO) – The Hoa Binh provincial People’s Committee and Party Committee have requested relevant agencies to drastically implement supportive measures for those people affected by the COVID-19.
(HBO) - As of 4:00 pm on May 4, the Fatherland Front Committee of Hoa Binh province received donations totaling 1.45 billion VND for the COVID-19 prevention and control from 111 agencies, 39 banks and enterprises, and 10 individuals, according to the committee.
(HBO) – In 1965, when its special warfare strategy failed disastrously, the US sent large numbers of troops to the south of Vietnam while extending the war to the north and conducting sabotage. In Hoa Binh, which was viewed as one of the important localities for providing support for the Lao battlefield, during only a short period of time, the US conducted 69 bombings to destroy local residential areas, economic premises and roads.
(HBO) - The UN Development Programme (UNDP) in Vietnam held a videoconference ceremony on April 28 to release the 2019 Provincial Governance and Public Administration Performance Index (PAPI) Report.
(HBO) - According to the Market Management Department of Hoa Binh province, local demand for several medical items, such as face masks, hand sanitisers and medical gloves, has increased after the traditional Lunar New Year because of the COVID-19 pandemic.