China-Xi/Zero Poverty

Xi leads China to prosperous society by exploring pragmatic solutions highlighting "targeted poverty alleviation"

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President Xi Jinping is leading China on an ambitious journey to a prosperous society by exploring pragmatic solutions highlighting "targeted poverty alleviation" concept which has achieved a miracle in human history in shaking off poverty for millions of impoverished rural people as the Communist Party of China is celebrating its centenary in 2021.

In delivering on the promise, Xi has taken strenuous efforts tirelessly in exploring pragmatic solutions and proposing the "targeted poverty alleviation" concept through a host of on-site inspections and researches, with footprints traversing all the 14 impoverished areas across the country.

On Nov. 3, 2013, during his visit to Shibadong Village in central China's Hunan Province, he proposed the idea "targeted poverty alleviation".

"When we are reducing poverty, we should avoid chanting slogans and setting overambitious goals. The key to poverty alleviation is to be realistic to adjust measures to local conditions, to give guidance based on specific situations and take targeted measures," Xi said when having talks with local villagers.

Located in the Wuling Mountain Area, the village is one of China's 14 contiguous impoverished areas, known for their low per-capita income and frail environmental conditions.

Since 2012, Xi has visited all 14 areas.

In 2012, there were 98.99 million people living below the national poverty line in these areas, accounting for over half of China's total impoverished rural population.

The successful rollout of the "targeted poverty alleviation" strategy has lifted China's 832 impoverished counties, including the 14 areas, out of absolute poverty.

Guizhou Province in southwest China was the last to announce poverty alleviation. In 2012, it had an impoverished population of 9.2 million, a tenth of the national total.
Located in the mountains, Huamao was a picturesque but poor village. In recent years, it has shaken off poverty by developing agritourism and modern agriculture, one of the approaches under the "targeted poverty alleviation" strategy.

On June 16, 2015, Xi visited the village. He walked into a homestay called "Red Home" and talked with the villagers.

Established in 2014, the homestay received over 30,000 tourists in 2019.

The landscape of Guizhou is 92.5 percent mountains and hills. But hidden behind its gorgeous scenery and karst landforms were infertile land and poverty. By 2019, nearly 1.9 million people living in poor mountainous areas had moved to more habitable places.

Pursuing development while protecting the environment, Guizhou has built over 20,000 bridges among its karst mountains. Half of the world's highest bridges are in the province. Thanks to a series of "targeted poverty alleviation" measures, Guizhou's modern agriculture, ecological tourism and big data industries are flourishing.

On November 23, 2020, China's last nine impoverished counties, all in Guizhou, were removed from the poverty list, meaning that all the country's 832 poor counties had been lifted out of poverty.

"Not a single person should be left behind while building a moderately prosperous society in all respects," Xi said on October 25, 2017.

By lifting its entire rural population out of poverty, China has achieved the poverty reduction target of the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development 10 years ahead of schedule.

According to United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, China's experience in poverty alleviation provides valuable lessons to other developing countries.

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China-Xi/Zero Poverty

Xi leads China to prosperous society by exploring pragmatic solutions highlighting "targeted poverty alleviation"

Dateline : Feb 28, 2021/File

Location : China

Duration : 4'27

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President Xi Jinping is leading China on an ambitious journey to a prosperous society by exploring pragmatic solutions highlighting "targeted poverty alleviation" concept which has achieved a miracle in human history in shaking off poverty for millions of impoverished rural people as the Communist Party of China is celebrating its centenary in 2021.

In delivering on the promise, Xi has taken strenuous efforts tirelessly in exploring pragmatic solutions and proposing the "targeted poverty alleviation" concept through a host of on-site inspections and researches, with footprints traversing all the 14 impoverished areas across the country.

On Nov. 3, 2013, during his visit to Shibadong Village in central China's Hunan Province, he proposed the idea "targeted poverty alleviation".

"When we are reducing poverty, we should avoid chanting slogans and setting overambitious goals. The key to poverty alleviation is to be realistic to adjust measures to local conditions, to give guidance based on specific situations and take targeted measures," Xi said when having talks with local villagers.

Located in the Wuling Mountain Area, the village is one of China's 14 contiguous impoverished areas, known for their low per-capita income and frail environmental conditions.

Since 2012, Xi has visited all 14 areas.

In 2012, there were 98.99 million people living below the national poverty line in these areas, accounting for over half of China's total impoverished rural population.

The successful rollout of the "targeted poverty alleviation" strategy has lifted China's 832 impoverished counties, including the 14 areas, out of absolute poverty.

Guizhou Province in southwest China was the last to announce poverty alleviation. In 2012, it had an impoverished population of 9.2 million, a tenth of the national total.
Located in the mountains, Huamao was a picturesque but poor village. In recent years, it has shaken off poverty by developing agritourism and modern agriculture, one of the approaches under the "targeted poverty alleviation" strategy.

On June 16, 2015, Xi visited the village. He walked into a homestay called "Red Home" and talked with the villagers.

Established in 2014, the homestay received over 30,000 tourists in 2019.

The landscape of Guizhou is 92.5 percent mountains and hills. But hidden behind its gorgeous scenery and karst landforms were infertile land and poverty. By 2019, nearly 1.9 million people living in poor mountainous areas had moved to more habitable places.

Pursuing development while protecting the environment, Guizhou has built over 20,000 bridges among its karst mountains. Half of the world's highest bridges are in the province. Thanks to a series of "targeted poverty alleviation" measures, Guizhou's modern agriculture, ecological tourism and big data industries are flourishing.

On November 23, 2020, China's last nine impoverished counties, all in Guizhou, were removed from the poverty list, meaning that all the country's 832 poor counties had been lifted out of poverty.

"Not a single person should be left behind while building a moderately prosperous society in all respects," Xi said on October 25, 2017.

By lifting its entire rural population out of poverty, China has achieved the poverty reduction target of the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development 10 years ahead of schedule.

According to United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, China's experience in poverty alleviation provides valuable lessons to other developing countries.

ID : 8179676

Published : 2021-03-01 11:38

Last Modified : 2021-03-01 20:24:56

Source : China Global Television Network (CGTN)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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