Recently, the National Student Funding Management Center of the Ministry of Education, the launching ceremony of the Economic Endata Assistance Project jointly initiated by the China Poverty Alleviation Foundation (China) is held in Changsha City, Hunan Province. At the meeting, the Hunan Provincial Department of Education, the Sichuan Provincial Department of Education, and the three provinces of the Jiangxi Provincial Department of Education and the China Poverty Alleviation Foundation signed a memorandum of economic communication projects in 2021.
The leaders of the National Student Funding Management Center, Volkswagen Group (China), China Poverty Alleviation Foundation officially launched the project. This year, the first phase of the project will donate 10 million yuan to the China Poverty Alleviation Foundation, which plans to provide economic funding and capacity-building support for the 1000 low-income families in Hunan, Jiangxi, Sichuan Province. This donation is an effective supplement to the national vocational education phase funding policy. Helps low-income family students to reduce learning and life pressure; on the other hand, provide professional skill supplements and improvement through different forms of capacity building support The comprehensive competitiveness of students, consolidation of poverty reduction, and helps rural residence. It is reported that the China Poverty Alleviation Fund will start from school-enterprise linkages, economic empowerment and promotion of students’ precision employment. The capacity building of the academic exchange, online completion, factory participation, industry learning, etc., three is to improve vocational education challenges through employment guidance such as employment form, interview skills.
The 2021 project will be carried out in Hunan, Jiangxi, Sichuan 3 provinces, directly benefiting students expect to 1,000, indirect assistance 1000 families have achieved steady development.
It is expected that by 2023, the project coverage will be expanded to 5 provinces, 3,000 higher-vocational students to continue funding. (Zhang Ying) (Editor: Shuai Yi, Li Zhongyuan).