The entire commune has 6237
- 5,123 households of permanent
residence, with 20,017 people; 10,020 women; 15,153 people aged 14 and over.
- 1,114 households of temporary
residence: with 2. 656 people; 1. 235 females; 2,129 aged 14 and older people.
In the commune there are 9 ethnic
minorities (Thai, Cham, Choro, Muong, Nung, Tay, Khmer, Chinese, Dao) including
26 households with 123 people.
Religion: Buddhism: 4,700
Buddhists; Christianity: 1,528 Christians; Protestants: 126 followers.
There are 3 groups of land in the
commune, including Gley soil (Gleysols) group, gray soil (Acrisols) group, and
black soil (Luvisols) group.
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.
The total herd is 22,235 heads,
including 21,000 poultries, 310 buffalos and cows, 275 goats, 650 pigs, all
vaccinated. Due to the impact of the African swine fever and rising feed prices
the number of animal heads has decreased. The aquaculture growth is stable, wit
110 ha (including shrimp, crab and seabass, ect.).
The commune has completed the
documentation for 75 households with pigs infected with the African swine fever
with a total of over 4,231 heads, with the proposed relief amounts worth over
+ Electricity supply system
Lighting system was installed on
the roads of 5 hamlets, such as: Phuoc Hoa hamlet, Hamlet 5, Tap Phuoc hamlet,
Xom Go - Ba Ky hamlet , Dat Moi hamlet; with the total number of 939 bulbs; the
total amounts contributed by locals worth over one billion dong. The power
access rate of households in the commune reaches 99.9 percent.
The electrical system meets
technical requirements of the electricity industry according to Decision No.
34/2006/QD-CN dated September 13, 2006 by the Minister of Industry on safety
techniques for electrical equipment and electrical use installation.
+ Rural roads:
Including 7 works: Alley 82, Area
2, Phuoc Hoa hamlet; Alley 70, Area 2, Phuoc Hoa; Alley 57/9 + 57 Long Phuoc 1
Industrial Cluster; Alley 2626/13 + Alley 110 Rocket road; phase 2 Area 2 Road;
Alley 1959/34, National Highway 51; Alley 1969/67, National Highway 51, with
construction costs of VND9.866 billion (including 40 percent of the provincial
budget, 30 percent of the district budget and 30 percent of the commune budget
and people’s contributions).
However, at present, there are
still internal roads with an average roadbed of about 3-5 m, mainly earth road,
unfriendly for traffic, especially in the rainy season months. Therefore, the
communal People's Committee continues to apply for policy on investment and
upgrade in the coming time.
AND SMALL-HANDICRAFT INDUSTRIES
+ Industry: There are many
projects at the beginning of the factory located in the area of producing
garments, shoe soles, bricks and gloves, etc., attracting hundreds of workers in
the commune and from other localities.
+ Small and handicraft
industries: The situation of production and business, traditional industries
such as milling, food processing, civil carpentry and mechanical repair was
stable but still grew slowly. Particularly, small business households, services
thrive but most of them are spontaneous, less concentration and seasonal.
6. CULTURE AND
+ Culture, society and sports:
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
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
+ Education - training:
There are: one secondary school
in the commune; 3 primary schools; 5 kindergartens, in which preschools meet
national standards, maintaining the target of educational universalization. The
rate of graduating from lower secondary school, completing primary school and
mobilizing preschool children to class every year has met and exceeded the
targets assigned by the district.
Results of the 2017-2018 school
year: The rate of students graduating from secondary schools is 199 out of 203,
reaching 98.03 percent. Students completing the Primary level program reached
100 percent. 100 percent of 6 year-old children were mobilized to attend Grade
Long Phuoc commune health
station, recognized to meet national standards. The station now includes 7 staff
members, including one doctor, two general practitioners, one midwife, one
pharmacist; one nurse and one population official, ensuring the direct
examination and treatment for people; having midwives in charge of examination
and treatment of obstetrics and gynecology; effectively implementing the
National Health Program; and proactively preventing epidemics.
Reducing malnutrition rate for
under 5 year old children by weight by 4.6 percent, meeting the less than 5
percent target assigned by the district; educing malnutrition rare for under 5
year old children by height by 10.5 percent, meeting less than 11 percent target
assigned by the district; rate of people participating in health insurance being
91 percent, exceeding the target assigned by the district of 90 percent; The
natural population growth rate is 0.99 percent, meeting less than one percent
target to the assigned by the district.
Located in the key economic region of the South, Long Phuoc commune has
favorable conditions for the development of infrastructure projects such as
traffic system, electricity grids, etc.
Long Phuoc commune is located in
the planned industrial development area along with Long Thanh town and Long Duc
commune and is the gateway to Nhon Trach city in the future, so Long Phuoc will
be a town or a clean industrial park with small scale, very convenient for the
development of trade and services sector.
Long Phuoc commune has natural
conditions that are quite suitable for land use arrangement, development of many
crops, intensive farming and high yield crops. There is great potential for
exploitation of building materials.
Currently the local information
system has been quite developed, with all domestic, local and international news
being being timely disseminated to each locality, especially the sci-tech
information and news on the weather.
Due to its geographical
structure, so far rare and precious mineral resources in the commune have not
been discovered, mainly stone and gravel for building materials, according to
the results of surveys for developing land maps.
+ Endophotothionic Gleysols:
distributed mainly in the west, in Phuoc Hoa hamlet formed by new alluvium,
flooded in most days of the year, suitable for wet rice.
+ Light mechanical, very poor
base gray soil (Venti-Arenic Acrisols): distributed in Tap Phuoc hamlet. The
soil is formed on ancient alluvial, light mechanized, poor in basic base but
located in high, drainable terrain, with thick soil layer suitable for many
+ Endohyperferric Acrisol:
distributed in Hamlet 5, with most of the area being used for construction and
the rest for cashew.
PRODUCTS AND HANDICRAFTS
Current local products are mainly
perennial rice, agricultural crops such as coffee, pepper, cashew nuts and fruit
trees: durian, rambutan, oranges, tangerines and so on.