Continuing to speed up the
development, and use of intensive farming methods, crop restructuring, applying
scientific and technical advances to increase economic efficiency; surveying the
number of abandoned rice areas to make plans for them to be put into use;
expanding rubber tree growing area, covering the one crop rice area with
forestry trees and vegetables.
Encouraging the building of many
concentrated husbandry models in households, replicating small-scale household
husbandry models, rapidly increasing herds of dairy cows, pigs and chickens.
Calling for investment, creating
favorable conditions for all economic sectors to develop agricultural product
processing and building materials production industries.
Total cultivated area: 481.2 ha,
including 405 ha of rice, with an estimated yield of 8 tons per ha; 2 ha of
corn, 10 tons per ha; 8.2 ha of vegetables and fruits of all kinds, 10 tons per
ha; 18 ha of small-scale rubber plantation, 1.3 tons per ha; 32 ha of wheat, 25
tons per ha, and 16 ha of cashew, 1.3 tons per ha
SMALL-HANDICRAFT INDUSTRIES, AND TRADE AND SERVICES
Promoting the expansion of
existing establishments, taking advantage of the government support to build new
industrial, small-handicraft, trade and service establishments in the commune
with stably planned zones.
Diversifying types of trade and
services; completing of the roads targeted in the Congress Resolution,
encouraging households to buy freight trucks and passenger cars, etc.
Therefore, it requires investment
in science and technology as well as resources to implement the commune’s and
district’s proposed goals to tap into available internal resources and call for
EDUCATION AND HEALTH
+ Culture: During the past
10 months, sports activities have been organized to celebrate holidays and Tet
for teenagers and youths such as volleyball, folk games, performing art
festival, and collective rope jumping. Results include one first prize, 2
consolation prizes, one third prize.
Currently, the commune has one
Vovinam martial art club with 70 students; traditional martial art with 80
students; a fitness club of 50 trainees; bodybuilding with 30 trainees; men's
football with 25 players; children's aerobic with 40 children. The clubs open
Total number of staff, teachers,
employees: 67 people; total number of students: 1,318; total number of classes:
31; in the 2018-2019 school year: number of graduators: 237 out of 243 students,
making up 98.6 percent; number of good and excellent students: 742 out of 1,154,
reaching 64.3 percent; average students: 412 out of 1,154, accounting for 35.7
Long Phuoc Primary School:
Total number of officers,
teachers, and employees: 33; number of students: 779 students. In the 2018-2019
school year: number of graduators: 122 students, reaching 100 percent; number of
excellent students: 283 out of 719, making up 39 percent; good students: 179 out
719, reaching 25 percent; number of re-tested students in Grade 1, 2, 3, 4: 17
out of 719, accounting for 2 percent.
Tap Phuoc Primary School:
Total number of teachers and
employees: 49 people; total number of students: 1,286; total of classes: 32
classes. In the 2018-2019 school year: excellent students: 457 out of 1,252,
reaching 36.5 percent; number of students completing primary school: 241 out of
241; reaching 100 percent; number of students completing the curriculum: 1,241
out of 1,252, reaching 99.1 percent; number of re-tested students in Grade 1, 2,
3, 4: 11 out of 1,252 accounting for 0.9 percent.
Long Phuoc Kindergarten:
Total number of teachers and
employees: 39 people; students: 267, divided into 10 classes including one
preschool class, 2 Germ classes, 4 Bud classes, 3 Leaf classes; rate of students
going to Grade 1: 120 out of 120 reaching 100 percent.
The total number of people being
examined and treated in 10 months was 3,728 patients (2,265 people paid with
health insurance, 1,463 people using traditional medicine).
The current natural population
growth rate of the commune is 0.98 percent, meeting the less than one percent
+ Invalids and social affairs:
Paying Tet money to social policy
beneficiaries and people with meritorious services, and giving 1,750 Tet gifts
to policy beneficiaries on the occasion of the 2019 Lunar New Year with a total
amount of VND682.7 million.
Tet gifts for social protection
beneficiaries: 378 gifts, VND600,000 each, total amount of VND226.8 million and
Tet gifts, VND500,000 each, a total of VND17 million, to 34 poor households on
the Lunar New Year.
During the 2019 Lunar New Year,
the People's Committee mobilized 2,182 gifts, worth VND955 million from sponsors
and donors in order to support and care for the poor, the disabled, Agent Orange
victims, policy families, people's groups, young people in active service and
those preparing to enlist, etc.
* The Gratitude Fund: VND76.8
million (giving 256 presents, VND300,000 each).
4. FAMILY AND
Preparing procedures for the
issuance of 283 health insurance cards to under 6 year-old children.
+ Poverty reduction program:
The total number of poor
households in the commune is 34 households, including 6 poor household "A"; 17
poor households “B; and 11 near-poor households. In the first 10 months of the
year, 1 out of 4 poor households was reduced, making up 25 percent compared to
the district-assigned target.
+ Religion and ethnicity
There are 9 pagodas in the
commune; one Intermediate School of Buddhism; one retreat; one monastic; one
Pure Land; and 02 facilities to raise disabled and unintentional children (Hoa
Mai Orphanage; Long Phuoc Dien Pagoda). The Buddhist institutions operate
The commune has 2 churches,
including one Dominican Order church and one Protestant church. The communal
Religious Committee instructs religious establishments to have their ceremony
programs to comply with the registered programs.
According to surveys, there are
10 households following the Cao Dai religion with 62 people.
Currently, the commune has 14
ethnic groups, including 19 ethnic households with 87 people.
+ Judiciary and civil status
Judiciary work: 6,855
replications of originals; authentication of 1,797 signatures; authentication of
205transaction contracts, and 9 cases of loan procedure.
Civil status registration:
553 cases of birth registration: 131 cases of marriage; 78 cases of death; 24
cases of civil status correction; 4 cases of child recognition; none of
adoption; 5 cases of guardian registration; 292 cases of marital status
Mediation: As of October
2019, the Conciliation Council has received 47 applications, with 13
applications of successful mediation; 21 applications of unsuccessful mediation,
transferred to the district People's Court for settlement; and 14 applications
Malnutrition by weight 57 out of
1345 reaching 4.25 percent, compared with the district-assigned target of 4.7
percent; height 123 out of 1345 reaching 9.1 percent, compared with the
district-assigned target of 9.7 percent; and immunization of all 9 vaccines for
Improving the quality of the
commune-to- village health network, taking good primary health care for people,
completing the national health target programs, preventing epidemics,
strengthening the management of food hygiene and safety, and environmental