(HBO) – In response to late President Ho Chi Minh’s call for keeping hygiene, the medical sector of Hoa Binh province has launched an array of campaigns on environmental protection, disease combat and public health care over the past years.
Children at a
kindergarten in Lien Son commune, Luong Son district, regularly wash hands
before and after meals and classes.
good models in environmental hygiene have been rolled out, notably one in Khao
hamlet, Tan My commune, Lac Son district.
have built hundreds of concentrated clean water supply facilities. Up to 90
percent of rural residents have accessed clean water and more than 70 percent
of rural households have hygienic toilets. More than 60 percent of local livestock
farms have met hygiene standards. Meanwhile, all local schools and medical
centres have clean water facilities and hygienic toilets.
washing hands with soap is one of the measures that have helped Vietnam to
effectively contain the COVID-19 pandemic. Health workers in both public and
private sectors, retired health workers and military doctors and nurses have
been mobilised in the fight against the epidemic under the motto of "fighting
the pandemic like fighting the enemy”.
medical sector has prepared personnel and medical supplies for the timey
response to wide-scale outbreaks and stayed vigilant during the combat. It has
coordinated with communication agencies to promote hygiene measures like
washing hands with soap and wearing face masks, along with disinfection and
has been paid to vulnerable groups, ensuring that none is left behind during
the pandemic fight./.
(HBO) - The construction of the Hoa Binh hydropower plant began in 1979. Hundreds of families surrounding the reservoir, including those of Thai Thinh commune, now Hoa Binh commune of the city of the same name, had to leave their residential land for the work.
(HBO) - Seeing clearly the importance of self-management models, the Party Committee and People's Committee of the province has issued leadership documents and directions on enhancing the Party's leadership in building and replicating self-management models in the community, building and replicating self-management groups.
(HBO) – The HoaBinh Charity Club has coordinated with the Youth Union of Hung Son commune in Kim Boi district to organise the "Mid-Autumn Festival of Love” programme for children in Ba Ra village – a poor locality in which locals are mostly from the Dao ethnic minority group.
(HBO) – In 2016, the agriculture extension centre of Hoa Binh province launched a project on developing a model for synchronously applying technical advances to planting fast-growing large-timber forests. This project covered 38ha of land with 20 households participating. After four years of implementation, up to 95-98 percent of the trees planted under this project have survived with even growth, height of 10-12m and trunks 15-20cm in diameter.
(HBO) – Since the year’s beginning, the Hoa Binh provincial Committee of the Vietnam Fatherland Front (VFF) has allocated part of the province’s Fund for the Poor to district-level VFF committees and its members organisations to build and repair 145 houses for low-income earners, costing 4.35 billion VND (189,000 USD) in total. Every new construction was supported with 30 million VND while each house needing repairs 20 million VND.
(HBO) – On September 8, the Military High Command of Hoa Binh handed over the certificate of finishing the concentrated quarantine period as part of COVID-19 prevention measures to 80 Vietnamese citizens who returned from Canada and were sent to Regiment 814 in Thinh Lang ward of Hoa Binh city for quarantine from August 25.