(HBO) - The Women’s Union of Hoa Binh province on December 30 held a meeting to summarise a project of enhancing the role of women and girls in preventing and combating gender-based violations. The event drew leaders of provincial departments and sectors as well as four district and 16 communes covered by the project.
overall view of the event.
The project, funded by the Justice
Initiative FacilitationFund(JIFF), was implemented from June 2019
to December 2020.
After nearly two years of implementation,
the project basically completed all targets. Particularly, the indications on
communications to raise public awareness exceeded the goal.
Specifically, the project approached 4,312
people (180 percent of the target), giving legal consultations to 995 people
(99.5 percent), and helping reduce the ratio of people suffering violence by
Meanwhile, 100 percent of the local
officials received training and communications on changing behaviours in preventing
and combating gender-based violations.
In the four districts it covered, the
project provided direct consultations to 995 people, while giving legal knowledge
and policies against gender-based violence, domestic violence and sexual abuse
against children policy to 2,952 people via stage performance format.
A writing contest on eliminating
discrimination against women and girls was held, drawing 1,100 entries, with 15
outstanding pieces of writing wining prizes.
At the meeting, participants evaluated the
outcomes of the project, sharing experience and pointing out difficulties and
shortcoming during its implementation, while giving orientations for the future
operation of the project.
At the same time, they also gave proposals
to protect and ensure the rights of women and girls, including the issuance of
procedures to detect, support, interfere and handle violation cases, and
maintain and multiply the project models./.
(HBO) - Being an extremely difficult commune of the province, however, in recent years, Van Nghia commune (Lac Son) has undergone a remarkable transformation in socio-economic development, the life of the ethnic minorities has been clearly improved. This result has been achieved due to the direction of the Party Committee and the communal authorities, directing the political system to achieve the goals of the sustainable poverty reduction. At the same time, the commune has effectively integrated the capital sources from the ethnic programs, projects and policies to invest in the essential infrastructure, serving the people's life and support the people in developing production and diversifying the livelihood.
(HBO) - As a large number of people are flocking to historic and religious sites as a tradition after the Tet (Lunar New Year) holiday, Cao Phong district is taking more drastic measures to increase people’s awareness of the COVID-19 and strengthen preventive measures against the disease at these places.
(HBO) - As the 2021 Lunar New Year (Tet) holiday draws near, Hoa Binh’s mountainous district of Da Bac has carried out activities to help poor people enjoy Tet, ensuring social welfare in the locality.
(HBO) - The provincial People’s Committee on January 29 issued Document No.149/UBND-KGVX on implementation of the Prime Minister’s Directive No.05/CT-TTg and the Ministry of Health’sNo.95/CD-BYT dated January 28 on COVID-19 prevention.
(HBO) - On January 28th, at the cultural house of Dup hamlet, Tu Son commune (Kim Boi), the Provincial Fatherland Front coordinated with the delegation of 216 joint Stock Company and donors from Hanoi City to give 100 sets of Tet gifts to the poor households in the commune. Each gift includes cash and a bag of cakes and candies, and cooking oil.
(HBO) - The standing board of the Fatherland Front Committee of Hoa Binh province on January 18 allocated 360 packages of Tet gifts to 18 agencies, units, socio-political organisations, with total funding of 216 million VND.