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Rural Poor to Get Extra 7b Yuan in Subsidies
Central and local governments will plough more than 7 billion yuan into the rural subsistence allowance system this year, a senior official said yesterday.
Western Development
WB to Improve Access to Water, Sanitation in West China
Research Throws Light on Lives of Rural Poor
Remote Border Regions to Be Developed
More Talents Cultivated for West Region's Development
Go West, More Opportunities There
IFAD Program Goal: Eradicate Poverty in Xinjiang
Tackling Rural Poverty
Farmers' Income Grows 11.4% in First Nine Months
Ecological Compensation Urged for Western Farmers
Gov't to Help 148,000 Villages Out of Poverty in 5 Years
China to Reward Farmers for Having Fewer Children
China's Largest Property Insurer to Set Up Agriculture Arm
China Makes Strides in Poverty Alleviation in Rural Areas
Urban Issues
Urban Migration to Get a Boost
Program Launched to Extend Medical Insurance
End in Sight for Poverty in Beijing-Tianjin Belt
Urbanites Employment Creates 11.84m Record
Bad Urban Planning Scrutinized in Cloud of Dust
30% of Urban Jobless Are Youth Under 35
Focus on Migrant Workers
10m Migrants Move to City, Farmland Swap
Hebei: On-line Job System Help Rural Jobseekers
Songs, Kisses and Sweat on Labor Day of Migrant workers
60% of 'New Urban Migrants' Return Home Once a Year
62 Migrant Workers in Shanghai Hospitalized by Contaminated Food
Beijing Offers Free Vaccinations to Migrant Workers
US$6.5 Bln for Students from Poor Families
Volunteer Brings Music and Light to Remote Village School
Hebei: On-line Job System Help Rural Jobseekers
Gates Offers US$3 Software for Students
China Spends More on Rural Education
Elementary School near Nu River
Gene Center Offers Hope for Separated Families
Drug Approval Controls Tightened
Jailed with HIV -- a Struggle Against Despair
Nation Hosts First-ever Epilepsy Day
Belgian Princess Participates in Planting Ceremony
Voluntary Blood Donors Honored
Disaster Prevention & Relief
Tibet Innovates to Eradicate Poverty
Gov't to Rebuild 2 Mln Houses Destroyed by Disasters
E China Province Gripped by Drought
Geological Disasters Up 449% in First Nine Months of 2006
China Prepares to Improve Disaster Response and Relief Capability
Natural Disasters Kill 2,309 in First Nine Months
ICT for Development
People, Organizations Rewarded for Spreading Science Among Farmers
China Mobile's Subscribers Reach 274 Million
High-tech System to Monitor Disappearing Land
Farmers Weighing up Benefits of GM Cotton
Broadband Helps Connect Remote Villages
China Steps up Efforts to Bring Internet to Outlying Rural Areas
Working with the World Bank
International Assistance for New Railway Projects
Global Trade Financing Deal Signed
WB Assists Sichuan in Urban Function Improving
WB to Lend China US$4.5 Bln Over Three Years
WB Sees China's Economy Grow 10.4% This Year
WB Gives Loan of US$1.455 Bln to China in Past Year
International Cooperation
Vice Premier Suggests Enhanced Collaboration Between China and World Bank
British Aid Program Benefits TB Patients in SW China
China Donates 180 Solar Water Heaters to Zimbabwe
China Ready to Implement UN Millennium Development Goals
Nation Fulfils Its Obligations in Rescue Work
ADB to Finance Highway Improvements
Spring Bud Project
Project Hope
Policies & Regulations
China to Revise Law Interpretation on Differentiated Personal Injury Compensation
Wen Hears Farmers' Concerns on 11th Five-Year Plan
Rights of HIV/AIDS Patients Spelt Out
China Abolishes Agricultural Tax Three Years Ahead of Schedule
Needy People Happy with Govt's Charity Program
Regular Govt Relief for 50 Million Poor
Back Home
Back to China's War on Poverty
Developing modern agriculture is the Chinese government's top priority in building a new socialist countryside, according to a document jointly released by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and the State Council.
Eighteen children pose for a picture at a village in Ziyun Miao and Buyi Autonomous County in Guizhou Province, January 22. Among them, twelve children's parents left the village to work in big cities in coastal areas.
Chinese farmers saw their net incomes grow to 3,587 yuan ($460) last year, representing the third consecutive year of 6 percent year-on-year growth.
Global Conference on
Reducing Poverty
- Shanghai Conference Unveils Agenda for Poverty Reduction
- Shanghai Agenda on Poverty Reduction
- China Promises Common Prosperity for All People
Poverty Reduction Reports
China Foundation for Poverty Alleviation Annual Report 2001
China's War on Poverty
China Development Gateway
National Bureau of Statistics of China
China Charity Federation (CCF)
China Youth Development Foundation
Planet Finance China
Minstry of Civil Affairs (in Chinese)
China Poverty Alleviation Network (in Chinese)
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