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新华社公布中英文通稿,报道马鞍山!

新华社公布中英文通稿,报道马鞍山!

本文摘要:克日,新华社公布中英文通稿《聚焦中国:多措并举最大限度对冲疫情对脱贫影响》,报道了疫情下马鞍山市和县的扶贫事情,该报道还被多家外洋媒体接纳,引起强烈关注。中文报道英文报道中文版全文如下↓↓↓安徽多措并举对冲疫情对脱贫影响新华社合肥6月11日电(记者刘方强)破晓四点,天色徐徐发亮,钱朝山正在为鸡舍里的土鸡准备“早餐”,妻子在屋里煮着茶叶蛋。做完准备事情,伉俪二人骑上电动三轮车,带着煮好的100个茶叶蛋和昨天新收的400多个土鸡蛋,赶往县城销售鸡蛋。

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克日,新华社公布中英文通稿《聚焦中国:多措并举最大限度对冲疫情对脱贫影响》,报道了疫情下马鞍山市和县的扶贫事情,该报道还被多家外洋媒体接纳,引起强烈关注。中文报道英文报道中文版全文如下↓↓↓安徽多措并举对冲疫情对脱贫影响新华社合肥6月11日电(记者刘方强)破晓四点,天色徐徐发亮,钱朝山正在为鸡舍里的土鸡准备“早餐”,妻子在屋里煮着茶叶蛋。做完准备事情,伉俪二人骑上电动三轮车,带着煮好的100个茶叶蛋和昨天新收的400多个土鸡蛋,赶往县城销售鸡蛋。钱朝山今年54岁,来自安徽省和县善厚镇石坝村,是一位养鸡大户。

他患有肾脏疾病,妻子患有多发性胃息肉,多次手术治疗加上医药费掏空了本就不厚实的家底。2018年,钱朝山向村里提出了贫困户申请。

那时,当地政府招呼有劳动能力的贫困户自己生长工业,并因户施策。村里勉励钱朝山养鸡,并无偿提供了200多亩白杨林给他生长养殖。

经由几年的生长,现在他的养殖规模已靠近1500只。今年疫情期间,由于交通封锁,鸡蛋滞销,积压变质,无奈之下他扔了6000多个蛋。“卖不出去,愁死了。

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”钱朝山说。疫情缓和后,他就一天天拉着鸡蛋到市场卖。

5月8日这天,县人社局在镇上组织了一场脱贫就业培训会。培训会直接询问大家的需求,举行下单式培训。“我家的鸡和鸡蛋挂到电商平台,能卖出几多?”钱朝山问道。

培训竣事后,他把电商卖力人请回了家。“看完之后,我就买了200个蛋和3只母鸡,我先回去吃吃看,到底品质如何。

”安徽巾帼电子商务有限公司总司理朱萍告诉记者。没过几日,公司卖力人给钱朝山带来了好消息,马鞍山一家公司需要3万个鸡蛋,准备从他这里采购。除了电商平台,当地政府还努力组织消费扶贫。据县扶贫办统计,停止现在,当地政府通过线上线下直接购置贫困户各种农产物达112万余元。

“县医院在我这购置了2000个鸡蛋和30只鸡,镇政府也采购了400个鸡蛋。”钱朝山说。

钱朝山正在喂鸡。新华社记者刘方强摄曾经,担忧鸡蛋卖不出去,伉俪二人经常发愁,现在,政府“搭桥”,客户主动上门,为他们免去了不少奔忙。

疫情期间,当地政府还全面摸排贫困户就业情况和当地企业用工需求,帮他们解决难题。“我申请了村里的公益性岗位,在这儿看着有没有着火点。”正值夏收季节,在距离善厚镇不远的历阳镇黄坝村村头,身穿黄马甲的宋祥国正在巡逻。宋祥国是2014年建档立卡贫困户,2016年脱贫,低保金与残补是其主要收入泉源。

为提升脱贫质量,扶贫事情队为其申请了公益性岗位,他主要职责是清理村组垃圾及水面漂浮物,近期他还协助村两委监视秸秆禁烧事情。“这个公益性岗位事情难度不大,去年一年人为收入有5000多元呢。”他说。

疫情期间,仅仅在乌江镇就有十几户贫困户在政府的先容下找到了事情。在长江岸边的一家大理石加工厂,陈兴友也找到了心仪的事情。“现在主要的事情就是切割大理石,离家近,还能照顾家人。

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”陈兴友来自和县乌江镇,今年42岁,眷属患重病,因病致贫。受疫情影响,平时外出打工的时机也没有了,正当他一筹莫展的时候,政府对接当地企业,为他找到了事情。“现在每个月人为3000多元。

我已经干了两个多月了。”陈兴友说。英文版全文如下↓↓↓China Focus: Multiple measures help poor tide over COVID-19 difficultiesQian Chaoshan feeds chicken on his farm in Shanhou Township of Hexian County, east China's Anhui Province, June 3, 2020. (Xinhua/Liu Fangqiang)Qian Chaoshan, a 54-year-old chicken farmer, had to discard over 6,000 rotten eggs as sales plummeted during the COVID-19 epidemic."We collect about 400 free-range eggs every day. But I couldn't go out to sell them because of the traffic control during the epidemic," recalled Qian, who raises nearly 1,500 chicken in Shanhou Township, Hexian County of east China's Anhui Province.Qian's family, which was earlier registered as a low-income one, cast off poverty through chicken-raising in 2019 when the birds brought them an annual income of more than 40,000 yuan (about 5,600 U.S. dollars).However, the epidemic has thrown up new challenges for him and his wife. Qian suffers from a chronic kidney condition while his wife has stomach disease.The turning point came on May 8 when a training program was held in the township to help poor residents sell products through e-commerce.Qian was at first not sure if eggs could be sold online, but desperate as he was, he decided to give it a shot.An e-commerce company purchased samples from him and about a week later, it brought good news."We will order the first batch of 6,000 eggs from you and there will be more orders if the customers are satisfied," Zhu Ping, the company's general manager told him over phone. In addition to eggs, the e-commerce platform has helped impoverished households sell sesame oil, grapes and crayfish for free.A slew of measures taken by local government has helped poor households sell agricultural products worth more than 1.12 million yuan.Chen Xingyou, a migrant worker from Hexian, was jobless after the Spring Festival. As the family's only potential breadwinner, he was anxious to find work.Thanks to the pairing-up project initiated by the government, Chen got a job at a local marble processing plant.To increase the income of poor families, local government paired up poor families with factories after assessing their skills and demands."I got the job in April. I'm so grateful that I can have a job without leaving home," said Chen, who needs to take care of his critically-ill wife and son, a junior high school student.China aims to eradicate absolute poverty by 2020, which means that around 5.51 million people who remained poor at the end of 2019 will be lifted out of poverty by the end of this year.Hexian County is just a small example of the measures that have been taken across China to minimize the effect of COVID-19 on impoverished families. Various measures have been rolled out to boost sales of products in poorer regions, support employment and facilitate the revival of local industries and projects."It's been a tough year. But I now have a job from which I can make more than 3,000 yuan a month. I'm satisfied," said Chen.Qian Chaoshan raises nearly 1,500 free-range chicken on his farm in Shanhou Township of Hexian County, east China's Anhui Province, June 3, 2020. (Xinhua/Liu Fangqiang)泉源:新华社。


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