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09:20 Apr 28 2009

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Fifth batch of aid-Tibet teams spend 3 bln yuan on Tibet since 2007
09:16, April 28, 2009  

A total of 1,388 aid-Tibet projects have been completed in the last two years and about three billion yuan was spent in improving the conditions in Tibet's rural areas.
The funding was used primarily to enhance the livelihood and production conditions of farmers and herdsmen, increase their incomes and undertake projects in the countryside, according to a meeting attended by aid-Tibet officials.


Photo taken on March 11 shows aid-Tibet cadres plant tree in Lhasa, capital city of southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region. A total of 1,388 aid-Tibet projects have been completed in the last two years and about three billion yuan was spent in improving the conditions in Tibet's rural areas. (Xinhua Photo)


The fifth batch of aid-Tibet cadres sped up the construction of the new socialist countryside, with focus on building new houses for rural residents.

Cadres from southeast China's Fujian Province had residents relocated of ten villages in Nyingchi Prefecture in southeastern Tibet, had 2,200 biogas pits built and had safe drinking water supplied to 5,000 farmers and herdsmen.

Meanwhile, cadres from east China's Jiangsu Province helped build infrastructure in a pilot well-off village in Lhasa, a biogas pit project and an industrial zone in Lhasa's Dagze County.


Officials sent to Tibet to support local development watch the process of making Tibetan incense at Tibet Gangdi Economic and Trade Co., Ltd., on April 12, 2009. (Xinhua Photo)


Moreover, 90 percent of the aid-Tibet financing earmarked by the Hubei Province, central China, was spent on building and renovating houses for farmers and herdsmen, raising their incomes, enhancing local's tourism industry and accelerating the region's educational sector.

The fifth batch of aid-Tibet cadres also provided skill-training courses for 50,826 rural residents. Some aid-Tibet institutions rendered medical consultations for free in the region, while some sent professional technicians, farmers and herders to inland cities to receive skill training.

In terms of speeding up the development of unique agriculture and animal husbandry, the aid-Tibet cadres carried out 246 such projects and introduced 200 projects from other parts of China, with a total investment of 3.67 billion yuan.

Source:Xinhuanet


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