- An Phuoc commune is the
starting point of Long Thanh district, with 7 km of Highway 51 from Bien Hoa to
Vung Tau. The commune is located 1.5 km northwest of the administrative center
of Long Thanh district.
- The commune administrative
center is located in Hamlet 1, An Phuoc commune, Long Thanh district, Dong Nai
- Phone: 02513.844 062; Fax:
02513. 547 944
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Natural area: 3,250 ha
+ Its east borders on Long Duc
+ Its west borders Tam An
+ Its south borders Long Thanh
+ Its north borders Tam Phuoc
commune, Bien Hoa city and An Vien commune, Trang Bom district.
2. ADMINISTRATIVE UNITS
The commune administrative
units are divided into 7 hamlets: Hamlet 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 8 and Bau Ca area.
An Phuoc commune is a rural
commune of the Southeast delta, northwest of Long Thanh district. The commune
was established in 1984 by merging the 2 communes An Loi and Phuoc Nguyen, with
the socioeconomic development structure of agriculture-services.
In the process of the New
Countryside construction, An Phuoc commune has received the close direction of
the district Party Committee, the People's Committee and specialized
departments, and the attention of the Party Committee, the People's Council, the
coordination of the Fatherland Front Committee and communal unions, the
enthusiasm of members of the Steering Committee, the Management Board, and the
Development Board and the enthusiastic response of people in the commune.
The locality has favorable
climatic conditions for the agricultural development, especially for major crops
such as mangosteen, mulberry, etc. National Highway 51 crosses the commune with
7 km, facilitating the development of small-handicraft industries, commerce and
Permanent residence: 6,112
households, with 23,463 people; including 11,579 females; Temporary residence:
486 families with 5,452 people, including 2,501 females. The number of
working-age people is 14,920, accounting for 71.66 percent of the total
population. The number of working people is 14,323, making up 96 percent.
Religions: One Catholic
worshiping establishments; 20 of Buddhism; Religious monks: Buddhism: 373;
Catholicism: 48; Followers: 2,700 Buddhists; 200 Catholic believers; and 3
Protestantism groups with 77 protestants.
there are 19 ethnic minority households with 77 people living in the commune
including Muong, Tay, Chinese, Nguon, and Khmer). All households have
above-average living standards and none of the ethnic minorities is classified
as poor and disadvantaged households.