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The desire for economic improvement of local people in Yen Thuan

TQO - Today, desire to get rich of local people in Yen Thuan Commune, Ham Yen District is strongly aroused.

Giang Seo Lu's family, Mong ethnic group in Cao Duong Hamlet is a typical example. From the model of raising buffaloes and cows for reproduction and economic development under the forest canopy, his family escaped poverty and became a better-off household in the locality. He shared, in 2006, his family moved from Hoang Su Phi to Cao Duong Hamlet to live and production. In 2010, taking advantage of large grasslands, he decided to develop breeding buffaloes and cows.

The material and spiritual life of the people of Yen Thuan Commune has been improved.

In addition, in 2018, realising the high economic benefits from medicinal plants, he boldly invested in planting 'sa nhan' (amomum xanthioides) under the forest canopy. The tree is well adapted to the climate and soil, so it grows well. In 2020, he harvested 1 quintal of 'sa nhan' fruit, earning more than VND50 million. Then, he expanded the 'sa nhan' area to more than 1 hectare. Up to now, the model of raising buffaloes and cows for reproduction and economic development under the forest canopy has brought for his family an income of over VND200 million per year.

With the desire to get rich on his own homeland, Ma Viet Hung in Ba Hamlet has actively gained knowledge and techniques of growing and caring for oranges. He has boldly invested in planting more than 400 orange trees and opened a grocery store. With this economic model, he earns about VND300 million per year.

Indeed, Yen Thuan Commune today is covered a green colour of forests, fruit hills, green tea gardens, farms with all kinds of livestock. Vice Chairman of Yen Thuan Commune People's Committee Nguyen Duc Loi said that, currently the commune has 344 hectares of tea; 756 hectares of production forest and 644 hectares of oranges. In 2021, the commune's per capita income reached VND36 million per person per year while the poverty rate of the locality accounts for 42%. Especially, 100% of households in Yen Thuan access electricity from the national grid; 100% of children go to school at the right age; 77% of households have access to clean, hygienic wate.

Van Anh

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