Tuesday, April 29, 2014 – 15:29:09 (VOVworld) – 3 years implementing the national program on new rural development has given Nam Dinh province an upgraded infrastructure including newly roads, irrigation system, and public centers. VOV’s Kim Thanh reports….. 12 of Nam Dinh province’s 96 communes have already completed all 19 criteria of the national new rural development program. Letting the people play the key role with support from the government, Nam Dinh province has mobilized the people to donate land for roads and social welfare works. Pham Van Ngo of Truc Ninh district donated 125,000 USD to build schools, roads, and repair the local cemeteries. Ngo said: “I’m very willing to donate as we want our children to have good places to study to ensure a brighter future. Nicely restored pagodas and temples, and properly built cemeteries add beauty to our environment.” A major criterion of the national new rural development program is upgrading the rural road system. Wider paved roads facilitate travel for local people and help them move modern machines and equipment to the fields to apply advanced technology to the farm work. Acknowledging the importance of this, the local people have voluntarily donated their land to the…
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