There is currently no industrial
zone in the commune. Production and business models have not fully developed.
But in terms of development potential the commune has a young labor force
working in industry. Besides if agriculture is developed there will be great
potential for agro-processing and garment industries to develop in the time to
2. Agro-forestry and fishery
- Agriculture: There are
1547 ha of agricultural land, accounting for the majority of the whole commune’s
land which is used for husbandry and cultivation of different crops including
133 ha of coffee, 300 ha of cashew, 14.7 ha of rubber, 186 ha of rice, 721 ha of
corn, 100 ha of wheat, and 3 ha of pepper. In husbandry there are various kinds
of livestock and poultry such as chickens, ducks, pigs, goats, and cows. Having
no large farm households in the commune raise chickens and ducks in their
backyards, with a flock of 100-300 heads. For livestock, there are a herd of
100-200 pigs, about 200 cows and 50-100 goats. In addition, some households also
- Forestry: The area of
land used for forestry in Cam Duong commune is about 58.01 ha. In the near
future, to further develop the sector the commune plans to sign contracts with
some households to plant trees such as Hopea odorata and Golden oak intercropped
with cashew that has not been developed.
- Fishery: Up to now the
area of water surface used in aquaculture in Cam Duong commune cover about 10
ha, mostly taken over by households and individuals. The annual yield of aquatic
products reaches 50 tons per year.
3. Trade, services and tourism
- Cam Duong commune has 2 small
markets that sell groceries and basic necessities. However, trade and services
in the commune has not well developed. If compared with the annual value of
agriculture sector of 78 percent and industry of 7 percent, the production value
of trade and services sector is too low, accounting for only 4 percent.
- Tourism: Although at present
there is no famous tourist destination the commune has Cau Moi Lake and Rock
Waterfall which can be developed into 2 tourist attractions in the near future.
In the commune there are one
secondary school, 2 primary schools and 5 kindergartens. The number of teachers
and students of each school:
+ Secondary school has 22 classes
with 43 teachers and 5 staff. The number of students in each class: Grade 9 has
6 classes with 272 students; Grade 8 has 5 classes with 240 students; Grade 7
has 5 classes with 246 students; Grade 6 has 6 classes with 254 students.
+ Primary schools: Cam Duong
Primary School with 38 teachers and 574 students; and Quoc Toan Primary School
with 25 teachers and 303 students. The number of students by grade for both
schools: Grade 1 has 199 students; Grade 2 has 166 students; Grade 3 has 159
students; Grade 4 has 159 students and Grade 5 has 194 students.
Although the commune currently
has not had its own library there is a shared bookcase with story books and some
documents. In addition, the schools also have their own libraries to partially
meet the needs of learning and searching materials.
In general, the education mission
up to now is relatively complete. The primary education universalization was
completed in 1996 and in 2002 secondary education universalization was carried
There is one Health Station with
5 beds for inpatient treatment and 4 medical staff, of which one physician is
attending an in-service course. In 2006, it was recognized to meet national
health standards. To date the station has actively provided people with medical
examination and treatment. Regular medical programs are promptly and effectively
There is one cultural house in
the commune and 2 hamlet culture houses (Cam Duong hamlet and Suoi Quyt hamlet).
There is a lack of cultural houses of Cam Duong I and Cam Duong II hamlets. In
addition, to meet the communication needs the commune currently has a post
office that operates quite effectively.
The commune also regularly
organizes cultural and sport activities such as exercise, football, volleyball,
table tennis, martial arts, badminton, etc. In addition, cultural exchange
activities are also often regularly held, which shows that cultural and
performance activities in the commune are relatively vibrant, meeting the
locals’ entertainment needs.