Recently, at the 2023 International Seminar on Global Poverty Reduction Partnership in Beijing, two cases from CCCC were honored as the best poverty reduction case in the fourth call of Global Solicitation on Best Poverty Reduction Practices: a specialized textile and apparel industry base in Northwest China, a case of industrial assistance in Papua New Guinea contributing to global poverty reduction in the implementation of the Belt and Road Initiative. These cases stood out from 898 cases in 32 countries worldwide, earning recognition as the best poverty reduction cases.
In the first case, CCCC, considering the local resources, assisted in creating a distinctive textile and apparel industry base. This effort provided employment opportunities and increased income for over 1,500 poverty-alleviated individuals in 37 satellite factories, significantly contributing to local high-quality economic and social development.
In the construction process of the 57-kilometer Chimbu Highlands Highway Rehabilitation project in Papua New Guinea, the project team not only advanced construction but also actively fulfilled social responsibilities, contributing to local development. The project provided internship opportunities for local university students, nurturing over 200 professional talents. It generated more than 2,000 job positions for local residents, aiding over 10,000 people in securing employment. Additionally, the project organized more than 30 assistance and public welfare activities, providing financial support exceeding 90,000 yuan.
The International Seminar on Global Poverty Reduction Partnership aims to promote the establishment of poverty reduction partnerships, exchange poverty reduction experiences from various countries, enhance knowledge sharing, and establish efficient communication mechanisms.