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Left behind, but not forgotten

By Zhang Zhihao | China Daily | Updated: 2016-09-22 08:11

One of the drawbacks of mass urbanization is the issue of those left behind. Migrant workers are separated from their families for long periods, which results in villages full of unattended children and seniors.

To counter this, the Labor Service Cooperation Initiative emphasized a solution: developing local enterprises so workers could find stable employment near their homes.

To emphasize precision poverty relief, the enterprises have to take advantage of their unique environmental and labor conditions, turning disadvantages into strengths.

Left behind, but not forgotten

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