After 10 years of developing new-style rural areas, Phu Xuyen District has seen major transformation in socio-economic infrastructure and people’s living quality.
Overview of the ceremony.
In 2010, the GDP per capita of the locals was a modest VND15 million per person per year and a poverty rate was 7.15%.
To date, the district has completed building socio-economic infrastructure for production and improving people’s life. The locals in Phu Xuyen District contributed 43,690 working days and also financial means to build transport and economic infrastructure.
To date, the district has completed building 100% of the main roads interconnecting villages and communes, while the network of schools and teaching aids has also been upgraded, with 56 out of 88 schools reaching the national standards.
In addition, the district has restructured agricultural production to form large scale farming area of high-quality rice crop with 400 hectares, 300 hectares of aquaculture and 159 hectares of organic vegetable, among others.
Thanks to efforts to improve people lives, the GRDP per capital as of present stood at VND55 million per person per year, and the rate of people enrolling in healthcare insurance is 90.2%, daily waste is collected within days, and rate of people using standard water is at 100%.
Permanent vice secretary of Hanoi's Party Committee Nguyen Thi Tuyen
Meanwhile, the district’s economic structure has seen a positive transformation with a higher focus on industrial production, trade and services.
By the end of 2020, industry-construction contributed 55.93% to the overall growth, followd by trade-services (29.1%), and agro-forestry-fishery (15.6%).
The district’s budget revenue in 2020 stood at VND1.89 trillion, a 13.3-fold increase against 2010.
At the ceremony, permanent vice secretary of Hanoi's Party Committee Nguyen Thi Tuyen acknowledged the efforts of the Phu Xuyen’s authorities and people in contributing to the development of new-style rural areas in the district.
Tuyen called for the district to continue accelerating socio-economic development for the benefits of the people.
She also mentioned the necessity to ensure efficiency in Party building and a healthy political system, which would contribute to higher quality in state governance and maintaining public order.
The ultimate goal would be to bring prosperity and happiness for the people, she stressed.