On December 23, the Tibet Autonomous Region Anti-Poverty Command Headquarters issued an announcement: After research by the Autonomous Region People's Government, 19 counties (districts) were approved to withdraw from poor counties (districts). So far, all counties (districts) in Tibet have been lifted off poverty alleviation. Among them, CNOOC has designated Dinima County to help rank poverty alleviation. CNOOC helped the Tibet Autonomous Region to win the battle against poverty and laid a solid foundation for Tibet and the country to build a well-off society in an all-round way as scheduled.
Nima County is located in the center of the uninhabited area of Qiangtang in northern Tibet. It belongs to Nagqu, Tibet Autonomous Region, and its natural environment is harsh, with an average altitude of over 4,800 meters. In 2002, CNOOC participated in the Tibet aid work, supported Nima County counterparty, and provided support in many aspects such as funding and manpower. It actively selected outstanding cadres to the front line of poverty alleviation and assistance to Tibet. At present, CNOOC has sent a total of 14 cadres in seven batches and 16 in five batches of engineering and technical personnel. It has invested more than 370 million yuan and successively implemented 149 projects, of which more than 84% of Tibet's assistance funds have been invested in pastoral areas and grassroots.
CNOOC's assistance to Tibet has always closely focused on the reality of Nima County, vigorously safeguarded people's livelihood, strengthened infrastructure construction, and improved the quality of life of all ethnic groups. Dozens of infrastructure construction projects have been built, including county comprehensive office buildings, county-level city trunk roads, worker turnover houses, herders housing, primary and secondary school teaching buildings, poverty alleviation parking projects, and meat processing plant projects. With the gradual deepening of Tibet aid work, Tibet aid projects are gradually tilted towards the sustainable development of agricultural and pastoral areas, and based on resources, location and characteristics advantages, they will strengthen industry aid in Tibet. Support the county to build deep processing and sales bases of fresh meat and dairy products, increase the high added value of animal products; increase support for the Tibetan medicine business, and increase investment in talent acquisition, medicinal materials procurement, plant expansion and expansion, and Tibetan medicine processing and sales. Invest in and promote the healthy development of Tibetan medicine.
CNOOC assists tourism and aids Tibet. It takes Tibetan cultural tourism as the leader and eco-tourism as its main line. It combines natural landscapes with the unique customs and customs of northern Tibet, introduces advanced concepts from the mainland, and strives to create a new image of the pearl of northern Tibet. Give due consideration to education assistance to Tibet, strengthen the training of local talents, organize various types of training such as education, medical care, and professional skills on a regular basis, make vocational education intensive and specialized, improve the professional skills of farmers and herdsmen in Tibet, promote employment, and improve public Service capabilities. Synchronize health and medical assistance to Tibet, assist in the construction of medical and health facilities, implement the training project of medical and health service personnel, and benefit the people in Tibet. "Removing the cap is not the end of poverty alleviation, but the starting point of rural rejuvenation. We will continue to be firm in our determination to help, and we will continue to contribute to CNOOC's efforts to revitalize the countryside in Nima County." Gong Jianwei, a cadre and deputy secretary of the Nima County Party Committee, said. (Reporter Luo Yundan)