Yen Bai focuses on vocational training for rural women
- Tuesday, November 3, 2020
YBO - Since the beginning of the year, the women’s unions at all levels in Yen Bai have coordinated with the labour, invalids and social affair sector to organise more than 100 vocational training courses for over 2,000 rural labourers.
The model of safe vegetable production developed by rural women after participating in the vocational training course organised by the provincial Women Support Center.
In 2020, the communications on traffic order and safety in Yen Bai were implemented among all levels, sectors and local residents, while emulation movements were launched to create motivation for them to engage in the work.
Born into and growing up in a farmer family in Luc Yen district, Hoang Xuan Khuc has become the owner of Khuc Sen stone carving factory in Tran Phu village, Minh Xuan Commune. He has proved that by working hard and persistently pursuing one’s passion, anyone can get opportunities to become rich.
In the new 2020-2021academic year, the Nghia Lo Boarding School for Ethnic Students in Yen Bai province has 81 classes with nearly 3,000 students, including 475 newcomers and over 300 boarding students.
Chu Van An High School in Van Yen district of northern Yen Bai province, formerly known as Van Yen High School, was established in August 1970. There were only six teachers and 99 students at the time, and they had to work in thatch and bamboo classrooms.