(HBO) – Hoa Binh is now home for 227,572 children, accounting for 26.23% of the province’s population, including 2,764 living in difficulties, and 49,812 others at high risk of falling into such situation, according to the provincial Department of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs. Over the years, the province has received great support from non-governmental organisations (NGO) in child protection and care.
The Children’s Forum 2022 is a chance for children to
voice their opinions and aspirations to relevant agencies regarding child
Do Thi Loan, deputy head of the department’s Office for Child Protection and
Care and Gender Equality, World Vision International and ChildFund are working
with the province in activities for children. In 2022, the two NGOs have held many activities, including a Children’s Forum
at provincial level in 2022.
ChildFund has coordinated with the locality in building mechanisms and joint
action plans among State agencies, non-state organisations and communities in
ensuring the rights of women and girls in the province, she said.
World Vision International is a humanitarian NGO which aims to give a full and
meaningful life to all children. In 2017, it signed a cooperation agreement
with the Hoa Binh People’s Committee in implementing projects funded by the
organisation in the 2017-2022 period.
The organisation marked its presence in Hoa Binh in 2009, using sponsored and
non-sponsored financial resources to help local people have more opportunities
to fix limitations in knowledge, skills, capital and management towards
sustainable child well-being. In addition, it focused on developing physical
activities for local children, especially through ChildFund Pass It Back, a
project promoting sport for creative development, implemented by ChildFund
Australia in cooperation with the World Rugby Federation and the Asian Rugby
The project has been implemented in the province since July 2015 in Tan Lac and
Kim Boi districts. Over the past years, it has contributed to helping 4,000 children
to have comprehensive physical development, access to a new and fun sport, and
acquire life skills and teamwork skills.
Tran Thi Thu Huong, an official in charge of the ChildFund Pass It Back project
in the province said that through the practice of rugby and integrating life
skills education, children not only improve their health, but also build
solidarity and teamwork, becoming more confident to overcome challenges and
difficulties in life and spread the spirit to their community.
In the coming time, in order to further improve the effectiveness of child
protection, care and education, the province will strengthen communications to
raise public awareness and improve legal knowledge on the matter, and replicate
models and projects suitable for children./.
In recent years, Hoa Binh Power Company (PC Hoa Binh) has made efforts to mobilize the resources to invest in building, renovating and upgrading the power grid infrastructure. Thereby, they have been improving the quality of electricity, meeting the needs of socio-economic development in the province.
Implementing documents on the Party building work, promoting the role of cadres and party members, improving the quality of Party cells' activities have helped to the Party Organisation of Hoa Son commune in Luong Son district to fulfil its political tasks, especially those relating to Party membership development, land management, site clearance, and socio-economic development, according to Dinh Thi Thuy Hoa, Secretary of the Hoa Son Commune Party Committee.
Hoa Binh city has directed the synchronous implementation of administrative reform, focusing on accelerating administrative reform serving people and organisations, building e-administration and digital administration towards developing Hoa Binh into a smart and modern city.
Deputy Secretary of the Hoa Binh provincial Party Committee and Chairman of the provincial People's Committee Bui Van Khanh and a delegation of the province on January 23 visited and extended Lunar New Year (Tet) greetings to a pre-revolution cadre and a hero of the People’s Armed Forces in districts of Tan Lac and Lac Son
Hoa Binh province held a conference on January 22 to announce the provincial Master Plan for the 2021 - 2030 period, with a vision to 2050. Tran Luu Quang, member of the Party Central Committee and Deputy Prime Minister, attended the event and handed over the PM’s decision on the Master Plan. The conference also saw the presence of Hau A Lenh, member of the Party Central Committee and Minister, Chairman of the Government’s Committee for Ethnic Minority Affairs.
Deputy Prime Minister Tran Luu Quang on January 22 presented Lunar New Year (Tet) gifts to policy beneficiaries, poor households, people from ethnic minority groups, reputable people, and workers in Hoa Binh province.