Celebrating the new communal house in Kon Hring village, Dak To district

September 19, 2013 1 Data centerNew Rong House

The new Rong house in Kon Hring village, Dien Binh commune, Dak To district is located in the center of the village with an area of ​​nearly 80m2 and a roof height of 15m. The total cost of building the Rong house is 270 million VND, of which the State supports 145 million VND and the people contribute 125 million VND in cash. Construction materials: concrete columns, thatched roof, wooden floors, bamboo walls.

Kon Hring village has a very large population including: 1619 people, 272 households, 95% of the population are Xo Dang ethnic people. The entire village currently has 232 hectares of rubber trees, nearly 30 hectares of coffee trees that are being harvested for high income, in addition to nearly 30 hectares of wet rice, 120 hectares of cassava, and a herd of nearly 50 cows and buffaloes, basically ensuring water resources. local food. Many households have built solid houses and bought many expensive household appliances such as motorbikes, televisions, refrigerators, etc.

With a new Rong house, people will regularly organize community cultural activities, preserve traditional cultural identity, strengthen national unity, do not believe or listen to bad people, and focus socio-economic development, hunger eradication and poverty reduction, maintaining political security, social order and safety, gradually improving the material and spiritual life of the people./.

News and photos: Kim Son

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