Beijing Special report | Ministry of Civil Affairs: by the end of the 13th Five-Year Plan period, the number of community workers in China reached 4.338 million

2022-06-23 0 By

On February 9, The State Council Information Office held a regular briefing on The State Council’s policies.Wang Aiwen, vice minister of the Ministry of Civil Affairs, said that during the 13th Five-Year Plan period, according to the deployment of the CPC Central Committee and The State Council, all regions and departments will strengthen urban and rural community services as a major political task to grasp the grassroots foundation, reform and innovation, forge ahead with determination, and promote the construction of urban and rural community service system to achieve positive progress.Wang aiwen introduced that the village (community) two committees continue to strengthen, the village (community) party organization secretary and director of the “shoulder to shoulder” ratio gradually increased, the party to lead the community service system construction of the system mechanism gradually improved.Communities provide basic public services, such as agency services, public services and services for the convenience and benefit of the people are more convenient, and voluntary services are booming.The construction of service facilities has been accelerated. The construction of comprehensive service facilities in urban and rural communities, with party and mass service centers as the basic base, has been accelerated. Comprehensive service facilities in urban communities now cover all areas, and 65.7% of those in rural communities cover all areas.By the end of the 13th Five-Year Plan period, there were 4.38 million community workers and 1.573 million social work professionals, providing professional services in urban and rural communities.The development of it application in services has been strengthened, the “Internet plus Community government services” and “Internet plus community business services” initiatives have been accelerated, and the National Villagers’ committees and urban Residents’ committees have initially achieved centralized information gathering, unified management, and dynamic update.