Xinhua News Agency, Wuhan, December 29th, title: Moving to a stable place to get rich-Visiting the new life of immigrants from Hubei South-to-North Water Transfer Project
Xinhua News Agency reporter Li Wei
"I didn't have this condition before, and now I have nothing to do every day, and I am painting." Chen Liangpei, who was over seventy years old, was basking in the sun at the door of his house, and was painting in a certain way. It turned out that, from a young age, he loved writing and dancing, and learned painting with TV in recent years, and also used the little granddaughter with the remaining brushes.
Chen Liangpei is an ordinary immigrant from the Wolonggang community of Liuying Town, Liyang District, Shiyan City, Hubei Province. After being impoverished due to heart disease in the past few years, he has been included in a series of health poverty alleviation policies. His son and daughter-in-law work in the surrounding areas. The average annual income of the family has reached 9,000 yuan. This year, the family successfully lifted out of poverty.
The Wollongong community has resettled 850 households with 184 migrants from the South-to-North Water Transfer Project. In 2012, they bid farewell to their old homes in Shujiagou Village and started a new life. Walking in the resettlement community, I saw that each resettlement building was spacious and clean. Every house was equipped with a small garage. Seasonal vegetables were planted in the small vegetable garden in front of the door. The community cultural square of more than 6000 square meters is even more magnificent, with community basketball courts, LED electronic screens, solar street lights, fitness equipment, and clean trash cans.
"Although we are farmers, the living conditions are no worse than those in the city." Talking about the life after the immigrants, the villager Li Xiuwen whispered quickly. He has two floors of over 200 square meters of small western-style buildings, and he has reasons to be proud: the housing plan of the resettlement site is neat, the roads are wide and clean, and the sanitation rooms, kindergartens, and supermarkets are complete. 184 migrants who used to feed on the land transferred 430 acres of farmland to the photovoltaic agricultural industrial park. Today, the villagers are planting strawberries and oil peony under solar panels.
Liu Yun, the head of the resettlement station of Liusong Town, told reporters that after the start of the South-to-North Water Diversion Middle Line project, the waste soil at the resettlement site ’s homestead was used to backfill, and then the fertile soil on the original agricultural land below the submerged line was overlaid and soil was fertilized and backfilled 719.3 mu, effectively solving the problem of resettlement production resettlement.
Today, every morning, many residents of Shiyan City drive to buy vegetables, and ordinary people can make money at their doorsteps. Every weekend, the village is full of tourists who come for recreation and ecological picking. In order to protect the water quality of Danjiangkou Reservoir, the resettlement site also improved the basic supporting facilities, and built a Wollongong sewage treatment plant to realize rainwater diversion and centralized sewage treatment.
Liu Tong Town Mayor He Tonglin told reporters that the local government is seizing the opportunity of the South-to-North Water Diversion Project, highlighting the work of infrastructure construction, village environmental governance, industrial construction, and community management in the Wollongong community, and strives to build it into a national ecological migration demonstration zone. Core area.
"In recent years, we have vigorously developed the organic vegetable and eco-tourism tourism industry, promoted the integration of industries, and strengthened the village-level collective economy." Chen Qibing, deputy secretary of the Party Branch of Wollongong Community, said with emotion that the villagers have achieved "reliability and stability." Get Rich "goal.
The reporter learned from the Shiyan Water Conservancy Project Immigration Service Center that among the city's 182,000 immigrants from the South to the North, there were 22,000 poor households who set up files, and now they have all got rid of poverty.
In front of Wollongong Community Cultural Square, the large-scale immigration statues of the South-to-North Water Diversion Project have a stepped layout. The immigrant figures and animals and plants are vividly shaped, reflecting the spirit of immigrants who set up their homes as a country. Going up the stairs, the scene of the last three teenagers running happily towards a bright future implies hope. Today, this allegorical idea is becoming a reality, witnessing that the lives of immigrants are getting better every day. (Finish)