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Dongcheng District held the first training session for children welfare personnel of subdistrict communities

  On May 27, 2019, Dongcheng District held the first training session of 2019 for children welfare personnel of subdistrict communities. 130 welfare officials  in 9 subdisrict communities of the whole district participated in the training, including leaders, section chiefs, working staffs and child welfare directors from subordinated 119 communities.

  The training was conducted in a variety of ways, such as teaching to all trainees and on-site question-answering. We invited Qiao Weisheng, Deputy Director of the Social Welfare Committee of the Municipal CPC Committee and the Children's Welfare Department of the Beijing Municipal Civil Affairs Bureau. He explained how to implement the child welfare policy in line with the grassroots reality. Professor Deng Suo from Peking University talked about the currents and trends of child protection work.

  The participants said that there are more concerns about children's welfare in recent years. It is both an opportunity and a challenge for grassroots workers. The training enabled them to master the basic methods and steps for child welfare protection, to be familiar with the procedures and paths for targeted assistance work for children in distress and adult orphans, which have laid a solid theoretical foundation for advancing works.

  In the next step, we will work to thoroughly implement the "three focuses" proposal of General Secretary Xi Jinp ing on the civil affairs work conference that is focusing on poverty alleviation, special groups, and public concerns.  The Social Work Committee of the CPC District Committee and District Civil Affairs Bureau will conduct household surveys of 49 orphans and 20 children in distress in the District based on the mode of the government purchase services and analyze them one by one to form one file per person. Based on this, we will formulate precision assistance programs to effectively improve the quality of life of adult orphans and children in distress in the district.