Party development among youngsters (Illustrative image. Source: baodaklak.vn)
Dak Lak (VNA) – Central Highlands provinces are working hard to improve the quality of the operation of Party organisations in villages and hamlets, thus fulfilling socio-economic tasks and ensuring security and defence in the localities.

According to the Steering Committee for Central Highlands Region (SCCHR), secretaries of local Party cells have closely followed directions and resolutions of the Party at all levels to build plans and contents for regular meetings.

The meetings mostly focused on leading mass organisations and encouraging ethnic minority people to engage in building new-style rural areas, preventing diseases and fighting illegal religious activities.

Currently, 7,798 out of 7,826 villages and hamlets in Central Highlands localities, or 99.74 percent, have a Party cell. The region is home to 200,223 Party members, 36,406 of whom are from ethnic minority groups, 6,061 are religious followers, 65,915 are women and 15, 625 are young people.

However, 17 remote villages and hamlets inhabited by ethnic minorities have no local Party members. The SCCHR has sent Party members to these localities to help raise the quality of the Party cells’ operation and lead locals in agro-forestry production.

Thanks to this, the poverty rate of these areas dropped nearly 4 percent annually while political security and social order and safety have been maintained.-VNA