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Five Batches | Keywords in Chinese Poverty Alleviation Studies

2021-03-03 14:43

The "five batches" refer to lifting some people out of poverty by expanding production to increase employment; through relocation; through ecological compensation (such as providing jobs involved in protecting the surrounding natural environment); through education; and by providing allowances to assist in meeting basic needs. The "five batches," put forward by Chinese President Xi Jinping on Oct. 16, 2015 at the Global Poverty Alleviation and Development Forum, aim to adopt precise measures according to the different cases of poverty-stricken people and areas and implement anti-poverty policies based on local situations, causes of poverty and types. It is the main approach to precise poverty alleviation and precise poverty eradication.


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