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Women's Federations of Beijing, Inner Mongolia Hold Talks on Collaboration Initiative

Date:2022-8-15 11:04:48    Views:

Beijing Women's Federation and Inner Mongolia Women's Federation held a meeting on their collaboration in 2022 on August 11. Zhang Yajun, Secretary of the Leading Party Group and President of Beijing Women's Federation (BWF), Wang Fang, Secretary of the Leading Party Group and President of Inner Mongolia Women's Federation, and cadres from the two federations, Beijing Women and Children Development Foundation and womens federations of Beijings Mentougou and Tongzhou districts.

Collaboration (on poverty alleviation) between the eastern and western regions and poverty alleviation in designated regions is a major decision made by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC) to promote coordinated regional development and common prosperity.


Beijing Women's Federation and Inner Mongolia Women's Federation hold a meeting on collaboration.


During the meeting, BWF and Inner Mongolia Women's Federation signed an agreement on collaboration. BWF and the Beijing Women and Children Development Foundation donated 200,000 yuan (US$ 29,412) to support needy students education to Inner Mongolia Womens Federation. Presidents of Mentougou and Tongzhou women's federations spoke about their experience and practice in collaboration and assistance.


Attendees from Beijing and Inner Mongolia women's federations pose for a group photo during the signing ceremony of their agreement on collaboration.


Beijing Women's Federation and Beijing Women and Children Development Foundation make a donation to Inner Mongolia Women's Federation.


In her speech, Wang expressed thanks to BWF for its consistent support and gave a briefing on the key work of Inner Mongolia Womens Federation and the implementation of the coordinated development scheme between the capital city and Inner Mongolia. She proposed strengthening cooperation on the promotion of women's employment and entrepreneurship and the organization of vocational training for women.

For her part, Zhang noted that the collaboration has created ample opportunities for them to seek mutual learning and common development. She said that BWF will act on the policies and decisions of the CPC Central Committee and the Beijing Municipal Party Committee on collaboration with Inner Mongolia Womens Federation in multiple sectors. Zhang said that BWF will further enhance its pragmatic exchanges and cooperation withwomen's federations in seven prefectures (cities) and 31 banners (counties) in Inner Mongolia through Beijing-Inner Mongolia Assistance fund. It will channel public capital to financially support local women and women college students via charitable projects of the Beijing Women and Children Development Foundation and deepen bilateral collaboration in family, household management service and the protection of the lawful rights and interest of women and children

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