(HBO) - The Women's Union of Hoa Binh province held a conference on November 17-18 to guide improving gender mainstreaming capacity; establishing, operating and implementing models, clubs and activities of a project on promoting gender equality and solving urgent problems for women and children (Project 8) under the national target programme on socio-economic development in ethnic-inhabited and mountainous areas for the 2021-2030 period - Phase I (2021-2025).
Participants at the conference.
Attending the conference were 100 participants representing
the Department of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs, the Department of
Culture and Sports, the Department of Education and Training, the Women's
Unions of 10 districts and city, and the Women's Unions of eight communes: Bac
Phong, Hop Phong (Cao Phong); Bao Hieu, Lac Luong (Yen Thuy); Quyet Thang, Mien
Doi (Lac Son); and Cao Son, Vay Nua (Da Bac), and representatives of
community-trusted address models, community communication teams of nine
districts and city.
They were informed of the overview of the project, and
measures to raise awareness about gender equality and women empowerment; guided
to build and operate the "trusted address in the community" model,
set up the "leader of changes” club model in the community; and trained on
skills in planning and organising communication activities.
Also at the events, they discussed solutions to coordinate,
implement, and remove difficulties and obstacles at the units to reach high
consensus on awareness, views, and ways of implementing the project's
activities in their localities and units./.
(HBO) – Hoa Binh city is now home to 19 associations for promoting education in communes and wards, with 214 smaller associations in residential areas and nine education promotion committees with nearly 34,000 members. Over the years, the city has seen great achievements in the life-long learning movement, contributing to improving the literacy of the local community, nurturing talents and developing the education-training activities.
(HBO) – After a merger, Thanh Son commune in Mai Chau district covers a large area and houses a large population, mainly ethnic minorities. With the local economic life remaining in difficulty, security risks are latent, especially in terms of drug-related crimes and illegal exploitation of forest and mineral products.
(HBO) - On January 7, in Cao Son commune (Da Bac), the Provincial People's Committee and the Humanitarian Television Center coordinated to organize the program "The People’s Tet in 2023”. From the Central side, there was the attendance of Mr. Nguyen Hai Anh, the Vice Chairman of the Vietnam Red Cross; Mr. Dinh Dac Vinh, the Deputy General Director, the Chairman of the Trade Union of Vietnam Television; the representatives of a number of central committees, ministries and branches. From the provincial side, there was the attendance of Mr. Bui Duc Hinh, the Standing Deputy Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee, the Chairman of the Provincial People's Council; Ms. Nguyen Thi Cam Phuong, the Vice Chairman of the Provincial People's Council; Mr. Bui Tien Luc, the Head of the Provincial Party Committee's Mass Mobilization, the Chairman of the Vietnam Fatherland Front of the province; Mr. Nguyen Van Chuong, the Vice Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee, the Head of the Local Organizing Committee.
(HBO) – Khuoc hamlet in Cao Son commune, Luong Son district, Hoa Binh province, was once isolated from the outside world. There was only a trail leading to the locality.
(HBO) – Bui Thi Thom from a poor household in Sao Bay commune, Kim Boi district, is very happy with her new house that was built with support from the district’s Fatherland Front, local authorities, her relatives, and neighbours.
(HBO) - Credit incentives together with other policies of the Party and State have provided timely support to the implementation of sustainable poverty reduction in Phu Thanh commune, Lac Thuy district.
By the end of 2021, there were 290 poor households in the commune, accounting for 13.3% while households living near the poverty line were 196, making up 8.99% of the locality’s population.