Post-90s Village Branches Talk about Rural Poverty Alleviation: Hope to Attract More Enterprises to Go Home

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 Post-90s Village Branches Talk about Rural Poverty Alleviation: Hope to Attract More Enterprises to Go Home


As a representative of the Peoples Congress of the post-90s generation, Cheng Ju, Secretary of the Party Branch of Baiyi Town, Xianning City, Hubei Province, talked about his story of helping villagers out of poverty. She said, There is such a poor family in our village. He is older and cant do much manual work. He found me and asked me to find a job for him near his home. I met a lot of things like him in the village, such as the mother-in-law who took his grandson to school at home, the daughter-in-law who took care of his parents, and the disabled people who were inconvenient in movement. They all had a very strong desire to work. We contacted a local sanitary cotton cloth manufacturer to set up a workshop in our village, so that more than a dozen people in the village, especially poor households, go to work.

Cheng Ju said, There are 30 such workshops in our county. They have arranged employment for 1500 people. The workshops are around the peoples homes. More and more people come to work in the workshops and fewer and fewer people play cards. We are now facing a larger demand, there is a new problem, we began to rush to the workshop to work, but this workshop is relatively small here, the masses particularly hope that the workshop can be built a little more, so that they have more opportunities to work nearby.

In the process of communicating with enterprises, Cheng Ju found that they had a strong desire to return home, but suffered from poor information and lack of understanding of information policy. She therefore suggested that we could refine the relevant policy measures, as soon as possible, put these measures in rural areas, make communication channels, attract more enterprises and people to return home, join in the construction of rural revitalization, and at the same time for more people. Provide employment opportunities nearby, so that talents can be brought in and retained.