|Deputy Director of the Subcommittee of Social and Legal Affairs under the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) Zhen Yan interviewed in Beijing Conference Center on March 7, 2014. [WomenofChina / Li Wenjie]|
As for care for 'left-behind women,' Zhen revealed that the All China-Women's Federation (ACWF) had established a 'Home of Women' in many places. Left-behind women from five to seven households form a group. During harvest season, one woman takes care of children for other members of the group. Entertainment activities are organized during the off-season. Relevant activities were launched by governments, women's federations and village committees to care for left-behind women and settle problems for them.
High-level Chinese officials involved in women's work recently attended a women's employment skills show in southwest China on September 4, 2013.
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