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Escaping poverty in Na Pin

TQO - With a genuine desire to get rich in his homeland and help people get out of poverty, Giang A Toa, Director of Toan Tuyen Cooperative, Na Pin Hamlet, Da Vi Commune, Na Hang District returned to his hometown to start a business with a Bat Do bamboo growing model to get leaves.

Bat Do bamboo leaves are selected before being dried.

Currently, on average, each day his cooperative purchases over 3 tons of bamboo leaves from local people and is cooperating to consume bamboo leaf products for 108 households in the communes of Da Vi, Yen Hoa, Thuong Nong, Khau Tinh, Thuong Giap (Na Hang) and households in the communes of Co Linh, Cao Tan, Pac Nam District (Bac Kan) with an area of over 200 hectares.

Director of Toan Tuyen Cooperative Giang A Toa checked the quality of dried bamboo leaves.

His cooperative has an average of 30 workers - 40 workers working in the processes of drying, pressing and transporting bamboo leaves. Most of these workers are people in Na Pin Hamlet with the average income is from VND150,000 to VND200,000 per person per day.

After drying, bamboo leaves are packed in rolls for export.

Last June, the cooperative invested in a leaf drying oven worth more than VND600 million. Therefore, after preliminary processing, bamboo leaves are exported to Taiwan market to serve the needs of wrapping cakes and foods. The process of preliminary processing of bamboo leaves goes through many stages, mainly using firewood to dry through a smoke filter system with water. As a result, it limits the impact on the environment and the temperature is always closely monitored when drying.

People receive money after selling bamboo leaves to cooperatives.

With a stable market and a large source of raw materials, Toa calculates that by 2025, 45 households of the Mong ethnic group in Na Pin Hamlet will be able to escape poverty sustainably from Bat Do bamboo.

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