1. Industry and
Industry: area and operation of
industrial parks in the commune: Binh Son Small-Handicraft Cluster (54 ha) is
operational with 4 companies and industrial factories with joint venture capital
and foreign investment capital.
2. Agro-forestry and fishery
Agriculture: some key models of
crops and animals with economic efficiency such as the model of applying
technological advances to durian production based on VietGap standards in Hamlet
7 have been developed.
Forestry: currently the commune
has 182 ha of forest, of which the seedling forest covers 98 ha and the rest is
Melaleuca plantation land scattered in the agricultural land and the ability to
maintain the forest status is not high.
3. Trade, services and
By 2010 the entire commune had
118 individual business households, of which there were 62 households in trade
and services. The trade and service network has developed quite rapidly,
concentrating on roadsides of Provincial Road 769, from Binh Son bridge to the
People's Committee HQ, for goods trading.
List of schools in the commune:
there are 7 schools including Binh Son Preschool (with 28 teachers, 380
children); Suoi Trau Kindergarten (6 teachers and 160 children); Binh Son
Primary School (49 teachers and 1219 students); Suoi Trau Primary School (with
19 teachers and 507 students); Binh Son Secondary School (35 teachers, 958
students); Suoi Trau Secondary School (15 teachers, 244 students); and Binh Son
High School (73 teachers, 1187 students).
Education facts: there is no
school meeting the national standards in the commune.
Number of medical staff working
at the commune’s health station: 13 people including 2 doctors, 2 midwives, 2
pharmacists, one population official and 6 physicians.
Information about the health
station: it is located at Hamlet 1, Binh Son commune. There is a station head, a
Party Committee Secretary, a Labor Union group head, and 17 village health and
Medical services: the health
station has 14 dedicate rooms serving the first aid examination and the
management of national health programs, disease prevention, private health
practice, food safety and hygiene, and street food establishments.
The communal cultural house:
the cultural house was built in 2001 with the construction area of 600m2,
operating relatively effectively.
The communal Cultural Post
Office: there is one Post Office covering 0.16 ha.
For years, the commune has
performed well in culture, exercise and sports, and won many sports prizes.
Propagandas on anniversaries, laws of the State, and movements launched by the
locality, the campaign on World Environment Day, the New Year tree planting in
gratitude to Uncle Ho, etc. have been carried out via various means such as
posters, banners, and loudspeaker broadcasts.