Wuzhou Rural 'Left-behind' Women Receive Technical Training

November 24, 2016广西省
By Yang YutingEditor: Hewater Liu

Rural "left-behind" women in Cangwu County attend a training session. [Wuzhou Women's Federation]

 

Women's federations across Wuzhou, a city in south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, have organized multiple initiatives to help rural "left-behind" women (those whose husbands have left them to find better employment in far-off cities) acquire technical skills, improve their lives and fight against poverty this year.

Under the support of local high-tech agricultural bases, female farmers' cooperatives and agricultural authorities, women's federations at various levels in Wuzhou have trained target women about how to better perform housekeeping services, cultivate nuts and plant green vegetables.

So far, more than 30 rounds of training have been held to benefit more than 1,500 "left-behind" women learn technical skills.

 

Rural "left-behind" women in Changzhou District attend a training session. [Wuzhou Women's Federation]

Rural "left-behind" women in Cenxi Prefecture attend a training session. [Wuzhou Women's Federation]

An instructor shows rural "left-behind" women how to better perform babysitting services. [Wuzhou Women's Federation]

A delegation of rural "left-behind" women tour an agricultural plantation base. [Wuzhou Women's Federation]
A delegation of rural "left-behind" women tour an agricultural plantation base. [Wuzhou Women's Federation]
A delegation of rural "left-behind" women tour an agricultural plantation base. [Wuzhou Women's Federation]
Staff members of local women's federations speak with representatives of rural "left-behind" women about technical training and poverty relief. [Wuzhou Women's Federation]

 

(Provided by Wuzhou Women's Federation)

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