Officials of Guilin Women's Federation (GWF), south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, recently carried out an inspection tour in Xing'an County to supervise its insurance work on the "two cancers" (cervical cancer and breast cancer).
Wang Shulan, vice president of GWF, participated in the inspection and held a seminar during the tour.
Insurance care for women's major diseases was jointly launched by China Women's Development Foundation (CWDF), China Women Activity Center and Life Insurance.
It aims to improve women's health; enhance family harmony and happiness; improve women's ability to resist risks,and ensure welfare coverage.
Wei Guihua, president of Xing'an Women's Federation, made a speech at the meeting.
She introduced their insurance work on "two cancers" in three parts: the publicity campaign, implementation and effects of the work.
Wei said that they exceeded their targets when it comes to cooperation with officials from Life Insurance and women's federations at all levels since the insurance work was formally initiated on April 13.
Wei also explained that they carried out their work by paying attention to the task, actively popularizing insurance knowledge and trying their best to achieve their goals.
After listening to the introduction of the XWF report, Wang highly praised their efforts and practices, especially their publicity campaign work.
To further publicize female health knowledge to more people, XWF put up posters all around the county in 1,700 villages, handed out brochures to every family and released information through social media.
Wang put forward three requirements to all participants.
First, women's federations at all levels and Life Insurance should continue to contribute their efforts to publicizing health insurance knowledge to the public.
Second, they should do their best to find effective measures to solve problems.
Third, they should make full use of work resources to continuously promote insurance work.
(Source: women.org.cn/Translated and edited by Women of China)
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