Drying shrimp crackers in Cà Mau Province’s Ngọc Hiển District. Shrimp crackers are one of Cà Mau’s speciality products. – VNA/VNS Photo Hồng Nhung CÀ MAU — The southernmost province of Cà Mau has provided vocational training to its rural population to meet the labour market demand and help provide steady livelihoods. The province has a population of 1.2 million with 73 per cent of them being of working age, according to its People’s Committee. Under a 2009 Government Decision on providing vocational training for rural workers until 2020, the People’s Committee identified 75 occupations classified into forestry, agriculture, fisheries, trading, services and construction. The major occupations include farming bees for honey, growing flowers and ornamental plants, farming shrimp and other aquatic species, and eco-tourism and community-based tourism services. Từ Hoàng Ân, deputy director of the province’s Department of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs, said the training courses have proven their worth. More than 327,000 people have received training so far, according to the department. Of them, 101,400 also received financial support during the training. Hồ Ngọc Tấn, head of the province’s co-ordinating office for national target programmes, said: “More than 80 per cent of the … trainees have found jobs.” … Read full this story
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