(HBO) – Lac Thinh commune in Yen Thuy district was recognised as a new-style rural area at a ceremony held by the district People’s Committee on the occasion of the opening of the 13th National Party Congress on January 25.
Yen Thuy district so far has six out of ten communes meetingnew-style
ruralareabuilding standards, including three satisfying advanced
The Yen Thuy safe agricultural cooperative is taking the lead in associating
with the value chain, applying VietGAP standards in production activities, and
signing contracts with enterprises to link production and consumption of
According to Chairman of the district People's Committee Bui Van Hai, over the
recent years, the national target programme on new style rural area building
has been implemented effectively in the locality, contributing to raising
public awareness of the importance of the programme, and promoting the crucial
role played by local residents in the scheme.
As a result, income and living standards of the people have been improved and
the rural areas have been given a facelift, laying a solid foundation for the
local authorities to continue implementing the programme and further promoting
advanced new-style commune, model new-style rural residential area and garden
To achieve that result, the mobilisation of resources for infrastructure
development and collective economic development plays a key role in the
modernisation of agriculture and rural areas in the locality.
In 2020, 123 projects were launched in the district, using the State budget,
including provincial, central, district budgets; targeted supplementary
capital, and capital from the national target programmes on new-style rural area
building and sustainable poverty reduction programmes.
Notably, 25 transport works with a total length of about 11.8km were built,
plus six educational projects, five irrigation works, one stadium and one solid
waste treatment facility.
In addition, the
district People's Committee directed authorities of communes and townships to
launch a campaign calling people to participate in building rural roads with a
total length of 260.4 km in 2020. The campaign mobilised 683.5 million VND.
Meanwhile, 0.7km of rural road was concreted with a total investment of 586
million VND, of which 380 million VND sourced from the State budget, and 206
million VND was contributed by local people.
Relevant agencies have coordinated with the district’s electricity sector to
review and roll out investment plans for building electrical works in line with
the locality’s socio-economic development planning.
In 2020, 10 power grid projects were developed in the district, costing 19.33
billion VND. Of which, two belong to the electricity supply programme in rural
and mountainous areas with a total investment of 4.89 billion VND.
Up to now, all local households have gainedaccessto
thenational grid, and all the ten communes have met the criteria for
electricity access in the new-style rural area building programme.
Along with infrastructure development, many new models of cooperatives
associating with value chains and applying VietGAP standards in production were
established. Those have signed contracts to link production and consumptionofproducts
with enterprises in order to create jobs and improve income for labourers,
contributing to promoting the local socio-economic development.
In 2020, seven cooperatives and four cooperative groups were set up in the
district, lifting the number of cooperatives and cooperative groups to 33 and
39, respectively, generating jobs for about 2,000 labourers with a monthly per
capita income of about 3 million VND.
Under the close and drastic leadership of the Party committees and authorities at
all levels, the active involvement of the entire political system and the
positive response of local people, on average, each commune in the Yen Thuy
district has finished 16.5 criteria set in the national target programme on
new-style rural area building, and no commune finished less than 10 criteria.
The district has nine model residential areas and 42 model gardens. Per capita
income reached 41.2 million VND per year. The poverty rate decreased to 8.38
Eight out of ten communes were recognised as meeting national criteria on
health. 96.5 percent of the district’s population has held health insurance
cards. The rate of trained workers stands at 53.58 percent, while 80 percent of
households and 91 out of 115 villages met cultural standards./.
(HBO) – The People’s Committee of Lac Son district of Hoa Binh province held a ceremony to announce the recognition of Thuong Coc commune as a new-style rural area.
(HBO) – A working delegation led by Director and Chief of the Central Coordination Office on New Rural Development Nguyen Minh Tien made a trip to Lac Thuy district to inspect its performance in meeting criteria to be recognised as a new-style rural area for 2020. Attending a working session with the delegation were Vice Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee Dinh Cong Su and officials of Lac Thuy as well as local departments and agencies.
(HBO) - The winding roads along the mountainside lead us up to mountainous communes of Tan Lac district. Thanks to State support, the roads are now wide and less dangerous. Although there are still a lot of difficulties, Tan Lac mountainous district has got a facelift, with locals’ living conditions improved and new ways for economic development opening up hope for locals.
(HBO) – Besides bringing practical benefits to customers, cashless payment for power bills makes positive contributions to containing the COVID-19 pandemic.
(HBO) – In response to the 2021 Youth Month and the 90th anniversary of the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union (HCYU) (March 26), the Lac Thuy district’s HCYU chapter held a ceremony to launch the 2021 Youth Month, plant 10,000 trees and build youth works. Attending the event were 580 young people, including 250 from Brigade 72 and KT 788 unit.
(HBO) – The Resolution adopted by the 26th Party Congress of Lac Son district for the 2015-2020 tenure has been realised by important projects such as a scheme on changing the structure of plants and animals for the 2016-2020 period with orientations to 2025, and a local tourism development scheme for the 2015-2020 period with a vision to 2030, which gave Muong Vang land a new face-lift.