Recently, a millionaire from Zhanjiang, Guangdong Province, returned to his hometown and donated 258 villas to villagers, but they disagreed on how to distribute the villas. Zhanjiang City and Suixi County attach great importance to this matter. Yu QingChuang, Secretary of Suixi County Party committee, said that the donation villa previously established was a voluntary public welfare act, the result of the return of villagers and villagers, and did not inform the county, township and village committees of relevant information. To guide the county to do a good job in coordination and establish a good moral fashion.
Based on the above materials, talk about how to reduce poverty.
In the data, the rich return to the countryside to help the poor and benefit the countryside. The rich have realized their wish to help the poor, and the villagers have got better living conditions. Due to some villagers' selfishness and even "human greed", villas can not be allocated. This is also a wake-up call for the current poverty reduction work.
In the critical period of poverty alleviation, village talents, enterprises and people have become the important forces of poverty alleviation. Although they have the will and resources to help the poor, they must have a sufficient understanding of the real economy and human ecology in rural areas. If we ignore the supportive work with only one passion, and have feelings and public opinions for the people, there is likely to be a good thing that is difficult to be embarrassed. For example, in this case, since the start of the project planning, the village committee has not held a villagers' meeting, nor formed a text distribution scheme. And how to allocate villas is always used before the number of households is registered, and oral agreement is taken as the basis. Such a lax approach is obviously easy to allocate for subsequent hidden dangers.
First, fully connect with the donor, such as providing necessary conceptual guidance to the villagers, avoiding excessive expectations, helping the donor absorb the concerns and needs of the villagers in the early stage, and adjusting in advance.
Second, the grass-roots government should create conditions for the implementation of social love, standardize procedures, and clarify rights and responsibilities. This is not only to avoid unnecessary follow-up disputes, but also to prevent social enthusiasm for poverty alleviation from being suppressed.
Third, the government should not provide less public services when the public participates in poverty alleviation. As for the indivisible event of 258 villas, I think it should be solved smoothly through the coordination of the local government, but the enlightenment and lessons for poverty alleviation still need to be summed up and reflected.