China News Agency, Beijing, June 5 (Reporter Ruan Yulin) The State Council's Poverty Alleviation Office reported on the 5th that as of now, 25 provinces in China have 27.507 million poor migrant workers. The number of poor migrant workers has exceeded that of last year. The poverty alleviation workshop basically resumed production and resumed production.
The Office of Poverty Alleviation of the State Council stated that local governments have continued to coordinate the promotion of epidemic prevention and poverty alleviation and tackling poverty alleviation. The supervision of listed companies has been carried out in an orderly manner. The number of poor laborers outnumbered migrant workers has exceeded that of last year. The monitoring mechanism for returning to poverty has basically been established, and there is a strong atmosphere for all sectors of society to participate in the fight against poverty.
As of May 31, 25 provinces across the country had 27.507 million poor migrant workers, accounting for 100.79% of the total migrant workers last year. Among them, the province's foreign workers were 10,037,900. The 52 listed Duzhan counties have 273,420 migrant workers in 2020.
This year, 17 provinces such as Hebei, Shanxi, Jilin, Heilongjiang, Anhui, Fujian, Jiangxi, Henan, Guangxi, Hainan, Chongqing, Sichuan, Guizhou, Yunnan, Shaanxi, Gansu, Xinjiang and other provinces have more migrant workers than last year. After the survey, there were 1.0463 million people willing to go out to work.
As of May 31, there were 28,586 leading poverty alleviation enterprises in 22 provinces in central and western China, with a return-to-work rate of 98%, absorbing 813,000 people from poverty-stricken jobs; 98.6% from poverty-relief workshops, and 371,600 people from poverty-stricken jobs.
According to reports, 22 central and western provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) and eastern Liaoning, Jiangsu, Fujian, and Shandong have seriously carried out anti-poverty monitoring and system entry work, and newly identified 461,900 insecurity and marginal populations, which is higher than last year. A net increase of 191,600 people. (Finish)