To build a good living home for farmers and herdsmen in an all-round way

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 To build a good living home for farmers and herdsmen in an all-round way


Xi Jinping: we must combine the poverty alleviation with the implementation of the Rural Revitalization Strategy to promote the prosperity of the rural pastoral industry, livable ecology, civilized rural style, effective governance and affluent life.

This speech came from the speech of general secretary Xi Jinping in March 5, 2018 when he participated in the deliberations of the Inner Mongolia delegation of the thirteen session of the National Peoples Congress.

2020 is the year to realize the goal of building a moderately prosperous society in all respects. To build a well-off society in an all-round way, the landmark indicators are that all the poor people in rural areas are lifted out of poverty, and all poverty-stricken counties are taken off their hats. At present, there are still 52 poverty-stricken counties in China, which are concentrated in three districts, three states and other deep-seated poverty-stricken areas. Therefore, the key to a good fight against poverty is to fight the battle of poverty alleviation in deep poverty-stricken areas.

On the one hand, the deep poverty-stricken areas should take more effective measures and more meticulous work, adjust measures to local conditions, and focus on solving the problems of industrial development, employment, infrastructure, public services, medical security and other issues, so as to ensure that the poor people have two worries and Three Guarantees.

On the other hand, the majority of farmers yearn for a better life in many ways. The poverty-stricken areas should not only solve the current problems, but also form a sustainable long-term mechanism. Efforts should be made from five aspects: industrial prosperity, ecological livability, rural civilization, effective governance and affluence, so as to realize the comprehensive development of rural areas. Only in this way can we continuously narrow the gap with the non poor areas, especially the developed rural areas.

In areas where the poverty cap has been removed, the focus of poverty alleviation should be shifted to solving the problem of relative poverty. The mode of poverty alleviation should be adjusted from centralized combat to normal. Effective ways should be explored to integrate comprehensively consolidating the achievements of poverty alleviation and comprehensively promoting rural revitalization, so as to build the living homes of farmers and herdsmen in an all-round way.