Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Learning From the China’s Model of Poverty Reduction Strategy -The Success Story of Heshun New Village in Ningxia Province

Fredrick P. W. Gaye,

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China’s governing policy stresses the principle of development-driven poverty reduction. This approach combines social assistance with sectoral development, optimizing the roles and functions of central and local governments, extending support to vulnerable groups previously designated as ‘low-income’ rather than ‘poor’ and continuing to fund poverty-reduction initiatives. The government is committed to formulating and implementing strategic policies and efficient mechanisms that will help achieve its objectives of eliminating absolute poverty and substantially reducing relative poverty by 2020. ...
Fredrick P. W. Gaye is the News Editor of the In Profile Daily Newspaper in Monrovia, Liberia who is among 28 African journalists on a 10-month media training and cultural exchange program hosted by the China-Africa Press Center (CAPC) in Beijing, China. The program is sponsored by the China Public Diplomacy Association (CPDA). It aims to assist in strengthening people-to-people contacts of the China-Africa Cooperation.

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