PHOTOS Poverty-alleviation businesses help resettlement community inhabitants shake off poverty in Jiangxi

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Poverty-alleviation businesses help resettlement community inhabitants shake off poverty in Jiangxi

Xinhua

21:55, June 04, 2020

Resettled villager Hu Shanghai and his wife prepare lunch in their new home at a poverty-alleviation resettlement community in Shangfeng Township of Xiushui County, east China's Jiangxi Province, May 21, 2020. The family moved here in 2017. During China's 13th Five-Year Plan (2016-2020) period, the local government in Xiushui has built 141 resettlement communities for more than 10,000 impoverished rural residents, who used to struggle with life in the county's mountainous areas. The resettled rural residents now have access to better hospitals, schools and job opportunities. Many resettled residents are re-employed in new poverty-alleviation businesses such as tea plantations, silk factories and fruit orchards. All 121 such businesses, established with a poverty-relief fund worth 446 million yuan (about 63 million U.S. dollars), have helped 10,370 resettlement community inhabitants shake off poverty. (Xinhua/Peng Zhaozhi)

Combo photo shows Hu Shanghai posing with his father and son in front of their old residence in Madong Village, Shangfeng Township, Xiushui County, east China's Jiangxi Province in November 2017 (top, file photo), and Hu posing with his family in their new home at a poverty-alleviation resettlement community in Shangfeng Township of Xiushui County, east China's Jiangxi Province, May 21, 2020 (bottom, photo by Peng Zhaozhi). During China's 13th Five-Year Plan (2016-2020) period, the local government in Xiushui has built 141 resettlement communities for more than 10,000 impoverished rural residents, who used to struggle with life in the county's mountainous areas. The resettled rural residents now have access to better hospitals, schools and job opportunities. Many resettled residents are re-employed in new poverty-alleviation businesses such as tea plantations, silk factories and fruit orchards. All 121 such businesses, established with a poverty-relief fund worth 446 million yuan (abou

Resettled villager Hu Shanghai (1st R) and his wife (2nd L) spend time with their children in their new home at a poverty-alleviation resettlement community in Shangfeng Township of Xiushui County, east China's Jiangxi Province, May 21, 2020. The family moved here in 2017. During China's 13th Five-Year Plan (2016-2020) period, the local government in Xiushui has built 141 resettlement communities for more than 10,000 impoverished rural residents, who used to struggle with life in the county's mountainous areas. The resettled rural residents now have access to better hospitals, schools and job opportunities. Many resettled residents are re-employed in new poverty-alleviation businesses such as tea plantations, silk factories and fruit orchards. All 121 such businesses, established with a poverty-relief fund worth 446 million yuan (about 63 million U.S. dollars), have helped 10,370 resettlement community inhabitants shake off poverty. (Xinhua/Peng Zhaozhi)

Resettled villagers tend a peony field near a poverty-alleviation resettlement community in Tangqiao Village of Huangsha Township, Xiushui County, east China's Jiangxi Province, May 20, 2020. During China's 13th Five-Year Plan (2016-2020) period, the local government in Xiushui has built 141 resettlement communities for more than 10,000 impoverished rural residents, who used to struggle with life in the county's mountainous areas. The resettled rural residents now have access to better hospitals, schools and job opportunities. Many resettled residents are re-employed in new poverty-alleviation businesses such as tea plantations, silk factories and fruit orchards. All 121 such businesses, established with a poverty-relief fund worth 446 million yuan (about 63 million U.S. dollars), have helped 10,370 resettlement community inhabitants shake off poverty. (Xinhua/Peng Zhaozhi)

Resettled villager Lin Yinghua (R) and a neighbour, who are re-employed by a herb cooperative, air-dry golden-and-silver honeysuckles at a poverty-alleviation resettlement community in Tangqiao Village of Huangsha Township, Xiushui County, east China's Jiangxi Province, May 20, 2020. During China's 13th Five-Year Plan (2016-2020) period, the local government in Xiushui has built 141 resettlement communities for more than 10,000 impoverished rural residents, who used to struggle with life in the county's mountainous areas. The resettled rural residents now have access to better hospitals, schools and job opportunities. Many resettled residents are re-employed in new poverty-alleviation businesses such as tea plantations, silk factories and fruit orchards. All 121 such businesses, established with a poverty-relief fund worth 446 million yuan (about 63 million U.S. dollars), have helped 10,370 resettlement community inhabitants shake off poverty. (Xinhua/Peng Zhaozhi)

Wife of the resettled villager Hu Shanghai spends time with one of her children in her new home at a poverty-alleviation resettlement community in Shangfeng Township of Xiushui County, east China's Jiangxi Province, May 21, 2020. The family moved here in 2017. During China's 13th Five-Year Plan (2016-2020) period, the local government in Xiushui has built 141 resettlement communities for more than 10,000 impoverished rural residents, who used to struggle with life in the county's mountainous areas. The resettled rural residents now have access to better hospitals, schools and job opportunities. Many resettled residents are re-employed in new poverty-alleviation businesses such as tea plantations, silk factories and fruit orchards. All 121 such businesses, established with a poverty-relief fund worth 446 million yuan (about 63 million U.S. dollars), have helped 10,370 resettlement community inhabitants shake off poverty. (Xinhua/Peng Zhaozhi)

Li Ping (R), a college entrepreneur, and a staff member go to work in Li's shrimp farm near a poverty-alleviation resettlement community in Tangqiao Village of Huangsha Township, Xiushui County, east China's Jiangxi Province, May 20, 2020. Li's shrimp farm provided employment opportunities to many resettled villagers. During China's 13th Five-Year Plan (2016-2020) period, the local government in Xiushui has built 141 resettlement communities for more than 10,000 impoverished rural residents, who used to struggle with life in the county's mountainous areas. The resettled rural residents now have access to better hospitals, schools and job opportunities. Many resettled residents are re-employed in new poverty-alleviation businesses such as tea plantations, silk factories and fruit orchards. All 121 such businesses, established with a poverty-relief fund worth 446 million yuan (about 63 million U.S. dollars), have helped 10,370 resettlement community inhabitants shake off poverty. (Xinhua

Combo photo shows old residences located in a mountain village with underdeveloped infrastructure in Huangsha Township of Xiushui County, east China's Jiangxi Province (top L and R, file photos taken in 2015), and an aerial view of a poverty-alleviation resettlement community in Tangqiao Village of Huangsha Township (bottom, photo taken on May 20, 2020 by Peng Zhaozhi). During China's 13th Five-Year Plan (2016-2020) period, the local government in Xiushui has built 141 resettlement communities for more than 10,000 impoverished rural residents, who used to struggle with life in the county's mountainous areas. The resettled rural residents now have access to better hospitals, schools and job opportunities. Many resettled residents are re-employed in new poverty-alleviation businesses such as tea plantations, silk factories and fruit orchards. All 121 such businesses, established with a poverty-relief fund worth 446 million yuan (about 63 million U.S. dollars), have helped 10,370 resettle

Resettled villager Leng Qingliu works in a silk cooperative near a poverty-alleviation resettlement community in Yangfang Village of Gushi Township, Xiushui County, east China's Jiangxi Province, May 20, 2020. During China's 13th Five-Year Plan (2016-2020) period, the local government in Xiushui has built 141 resettlement communities for more than 10,000 impoverished rural residents, who used to struggle with life in the county's mountainous areas. The resettled rural residents now have access to better hospitals, schools and job opportunities. Many resettled residents are re-employed in new poverty-alleviation businesses such as tea plantations, silk factories and fruit orchards. All 121 such businesses, established with a poverty-relief fund worth 446 million yuan (about 63 million U.S. dollars), have helped 10,370 resettlement community inhabitants shake off poverty. (Xinhua/Peng Zhaozhi)

Combo photo shows vehicles carrying resettled villager Hu Shanghai and neighbours on the way to their new homes at a poverty-alleviation resettlement community in Shangfeng Township of Xiushui County, east China's Jiangxi Province (top L, file photo taken in November 2017); the Hu family moving out of their old home located in a mountain village in Shangfeng Township (top R, file photo taken in November 2017); and an aerial view of the poverty-alleviation resettlement community where the Hu family lives in Shangfeng Township (bottom, photo taken on May 21, 2020 by Peng Zhaozhi). During China's 13th Five-Year Plan (2016-2020) period, the local government in Xiushui has built 141 resettlement communities for more than 10,000 impoverished rural residents, who used to struggle with life in the county's mountainous areas. The resettled rural residents now have access to better hospitals, schools and job opportunities. Many resettled residents are re-employed in new poverty-alleviation busin

Combo photo shows old mountain residences in Tangqiao Village, Huangsha Township, Xiushui County, east China's Jiangxi Province in 2015 (top, file photo), and resettled villager Lin Yinghua returning from work to his new home at a poverty-alleviation resettlement community in Tangqiao Village on May 20, 2020 (bottom, photo by Peng Zhaozhi). During China's 13th Five-Year Plan (2016-2020) period, the local government in Xiushui has built 141 resettlement communities for more than 10,000 impoverished rural residents, who used to struggle with life in the county's mountainous areas. The resettled rural residents now have access to better hospitals, schools and job opportunities. Many resettled residents are re-employed in new poverty-alleviation businesses such as tea plantations, silk factories and fruit orchards. All 121 such businesses, established with a poverty-relief fund worth 446 million yuan (about 63 million U.S. dollars), have helped 10,370 resettlement community inhabitants sha

Photo taken on May 21, 2020 shows a poverty-alleviation resettlement community in Shangfeng Township of Xiushui County, east China's Jiangxi Province. During China's 13th Five-Year Plan (2016-2020) period, the local government in Xiushui has built 141 resettlement communities for more than 10,000 impoverished rural residents, who used to struggle with life in the county's mountainous areas. The resettled rural residents now have access to better hospitals, schools and job opportunities. Many resettled residents are re-employed in new poverty-alleviation businesses such as tea plantations, silk factories and fruit orchards. All 121 such businesses, established with a poverty-relief fund worth 446 million yuan (about 63 million U.S. dollars), have helped 10,370 resettlement community inhabitants shake off poverty. (Xinhua/Peng Zhaozhi)

Photo taken on May 20, 2020 shows a poverty-alleviation resettlement community in Tangqiao Village of Huangsha Township, Xiushui County, east China's Jiangxi Province. During China's 13th Five-Year Plan (2016-2020) period, the local government in Xiushui has built 141 resettlement communities for more than 10,000 impoverished rural residents, who used to struggle with life in the county's mountainous areas. The resettled rural residents now have access to better hospitals, schools and job opportunities. Many resettled residents are re-employed in new poverty-alleviation businesses such as tea plantations, silk factories and fruit orchards. All 121 such businesses, established with a poverty-relief fund worth 446 million yuan (about 63 million U.S. dollars), have helped 10,370 resettlement community inhabitants shake off poverty. (Xinhua/Peng Zhaozhi)

Resettled villager Leng Fenman (L) and his wife prepare dinner in their new home at a poverty-alleviation resettlement community in Huanglong Township of Xiushui County, east China's Jiangxi Province, May 19, 2020. The family moved here in 2017. During China's 13th Five-Year Plan (2016-2020) period, the local government in Xiushui has built 141 resettlement communities for more than 10,000 impoverished rural residents, who used to struggle with life in the county's mountainous areas. The resettled rural residents now have access to better hospitals, schools and job opportunities. Many resettled residents are re-employed in new poverty-alleviation businesses such as tea plantations, silk factories and fruit orchards. All 121 such businesses, established with a poverty-relief fund worth 446 million yuan (about 63 million U.S. dollars), have helped 10,370 resettlement community inhabitants shake off poverty. (Xinhua/Peng Zhaozhi)

Resettled villager Leng Fenman (R) and his family watch TV in their new home at a poverty-alleviation resettlement community in Huanglong Township of Xiushui County, east China's Jiangxi Province, May 19, 2020. The family moved here in 2017 and Leng was re-employed as a forest ranger nearby. During China's 13th Five-Year Plan (2016-2020) period, the local government in Xiushui has built 141 resettlement communities for more than 10,000 impoverished rural residents, who used to struggle with life in the county's mountainous areas. The resettled rural residents now have access to better hospitals, schools and job opportunities. Many resettled residents are re-employed in new poverty-alleviation businesses such as tea plantations, silk factories and fruit orchards. All 121 such businesses, established with a poverty-relief fund worth 446 million yuan (about 63 million U.S. dollars), have helped 10,370 resettlement community inhabitants shake off poverty. (Xinhua/Peng Zhaozhi)

Resettled villagers work in a chrysanthemum factory near a poverty-alleviation resettlement community in Tangqiao Village of Huangsha Township, Xiushui County, east China's Jiangxi Province, May 20, 2020. During China's 13th Five-Year Plan (2016-2020) period, the local government in Xiushui has built 141 resettlement communities for more than 10,000 impoverished rural residents, who used to struggle with life in the county's mountainous areas. The resettled rural residents now have access to better hospitals, schools and job opportunities. Many resettled residents are re-employed in new poverty-alleviation businesses such as tea plantations, silk factories and fruit orchards. All 121 such businesses, established with a poverty-relief fund worth 446 million yuan (about 63 million U.S. dollars), have helped 10,370 resettlement community inhabitants shake off poverty. (Xinhua/Peng Zhaozhi)

Resettled villagers tend a peach tree in an orchard near a poverty-alleviation resettlement community in Tangqiao Village of Huangsha Township, Xiushui County, east China's Jiangxi Province, May 20, 2020. During China's 13th Five-Year Plan (2016-2020) period, the local government in Xiushui has built 141 resettlement communities for more than 10,000 impoverished rural residents, who used to struggle with life in the county's mountainous areas. The resettled rural residents now have access to better hospitals, schools and job opportunities. Many resettled residents are re-employed in new poverty-alleviation businesses such as tea plantations, silk factories and fruit orchards. All 121 such businesses, established with a poverty-relief fund worth 446 million yuan (about 63 million U.S. dollars), have helped 10,370 resettlement community inhabitants shake off poverty. (Xinhua/Peng Zhaozhi)

Resettled villager Leng Qingliu and his wife Hu Aihua drive to a village cooperative for work near a poverty-alleviation resettlement community in Yangfang Village of Gushi Township, Xiushui County, east China's Jiangxi Province, May 20, 2020. During China's 13th Five-Year Plan (2016-2020) period, the local government in Xiushui has built 141 resettlement communities for more than 10,000 impoverished rural residents, who used to struggle with life in the county's mountainous areas. The resettled rural residents now have access to better hospitals, schools and job opportunities. Many resettled residents are re-employed in new poverty-alleviation businesses such as tea plantations, silk factories and fruit orchards. All 121 such businesses, established with a poverty-relief fund worth 446 million yuan (about 63 million U.S. dollars), have helped 10,370 resettlement community inhabitants shake off poverty. (Xinhua/Peng Zhaozhi)

Resettled villager Lin Yinghua (C) and a neighbour, who are re-employed by a herb cooperative, air-dry golden-and-silver honeysuckles at a poverty-alleviation resettlement community in Tangqiao Village of Huangsha Township, Xiushui County, east China's Jiangxi Province, May 20, 2020. During China's 13th Five-Year Plan (2016-2020) period, the local government in Xiushui has built 141 resettlement communities for more than 10,000 impoverished rural residents, who used to struggle with life in the county's mountainous areas. The resettled rural residents now have access to better hospitals, schools and job opportunities. Many resettled residents are re-employed in new poverty-alleviation businesses such as tea plantations, silk factories and fruit orchards. All 121 such businesses, established with a poverty-relief fund worth 446 million yuan (about 63 million U.S. dollars), have helped 10,370 resettlement community inhabitants shake off poverty. (Xinhua/Peng Zhaozhi)

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