(HBO) - A host of activities are being held nationwide on Vietnam’s Day for the Disabled, with northern Hoa Binh province host to several events.
People with disabilities in a social protection centre in Hoa Binh province.
Hoa Binh is home to over 22,000 physically
challenged citizens or three percent of the population; 6,200 people are unable
to hold regular employment.
In respond to the Vietnam’s Day for the Disabled (April 18), Hoa
Binh province hosted a number of activities in April, including cultural
gatherings and sporting events. As a part of the events, free life skills workshops
were included, along with health check-ups and corresponding treatment.
The Long Thanh Vocational Training Centre, the Minh Duc Disability
Center in Luong Son district, and the Thuan Hoa Disability Centre in Mai Chau
district, work together as one home for hundreds of persons with disabilities.
Each participant is assessed to determine their ability to learn
and understand, and are then provided training suited to their ability. Some 90
percent are employed with monthly incomes ranging from 2 to 4 million VND. Others
receive support from family or charitable organisations to set up their own
business, employing other disabled staff.
Persons with disabilities in Hoa Binh province greatly benefit
from preferential policies of the Party and State governing their affairs.
Apart from that, over the last five years, the provincial disabilities
association has worked to actively support those in need by granting
wheelchairs and organizing vocational training programmes. The association has
also renovated homes, provided medical checkups, and treatment where necessary.
COVID-19 has had a huge impact on this sector of society. In
support, the government and organisations need to be aware of pressing needs
and create more opportunities for those in need to integrate further into
(HBO) – From a disadvantaged commune, Gia Mo (Tan Lac district) has been honoured with new-style rural status earlier this year, thanks to concerted efforts made by local Party organisation, administration and people.
(HBO) – The Party Committee and administration of Luong Son district’s Cu Yen commune always pay attention to caring for people with meritorious services to the country. The activities to take care of policy beneficiaries, war invalids and martyrs' families are more vibrant during holidays, New Year, or on the occasion of War Invalids and Martyrs' Day (July 27), reflecting the deep gratitude of local officials and people to their sacrifices.
(HBO) - Recently, due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is difficult to arrange capital to carry out the National Target Programme on New-style Rural Area Building in Yen Thuy district, especially for communes that strive to fulfill criteria of new-style rural areas as well as those who seek recognition as exemplary new-style rural areas. In fact, large investment is needed while the resources of provincial and local budget are still limited, therefore, the mobilisation of capital from the people and other agencies is essential.
(HBO) – For about one year of implementation, a special emulation movement among the public security force of communal-level localities in Hoa Binh province has helped strongly improve each police officer’s awareness and performance. It has encouraged the force to maintain a good grasp of the local situation and effectively carry out the "All people safeguard the Fatherland’s security” movement, thereby helping ensure security - order and win people’s support.
(HBO) - In the school year of 2021 - 2022, the appropriate units and schools in Luong Son district are facing many challenges, especially the unprecedented pressures caused by Covid-19 pandemics. However, with the spirit of overcoming difficulties, the whole district has made efforts to implement the synchronous solutions to maintain and improve the quality of education.
(HBO) - The Hoa Binh provincial People's Committee on June 29 organised the 2022 Children's Forum themed "joining hands to protect children - Speak up to prevent and combat child abuse and violence". Attending the event were Nguyen Van Toan, Standing Vice Chairman of the provincial People's Committee and head of the provincial Steering Committee for Child Protection; Dang Hoa Nam, Director of the Child Protection & Care Department under the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs; Nguyen Thi Bich Lien, Director of ChildFund Australia in Vietnam; and Khong Huong Lan, representative of World Vision in Vietnam, among others.