Cricket farming a way to get out of poverty for Yen Bai locals
- Thursday, June 24, 2021
YBO - Ha Thi Nghe in Ao Sen village, Dong Khe commune, Van Chan district, is trying her hand on the cricket farming which, she said, has provided her family with feed for other animals.
There are now four households in Dong Khe commune engaging in cricket farming which has initially brought about high economic value.
The fourth wave of COVID-19 pandemic has been causing large-scale impacts, thus hindering the sale of advantageous products of enterprises in the province such as pressed wood, tea, tapioca starch, porcelain insulators and stone powder. The endurance of local enterprises operating in tourism, catering, accommodation and transportation has also reached their limits when they have to suffer long-lasting, smoldering negative impacts.
Leaders of some sectors in Yen Bai province and 500 delegates in 400 places nationwide attended a webinar on September 9 to discuss the enhancement of Vietnam - Africa agricultural cooperation for common sustainable development.
The second Vietnam Summit in Japan is set to be held virtually on November 20-21 under the endorsement of the Embassy of Vietnam in Japan and the Vietnam National Innovation Center (NIC).
Two products of Yen Bai province have been named among outstanding industrial products in rural areas this year of the country.