May 16th, 2021 is the 31st National Day of Helping Disabled Persons. The theme is “consolidating the achievements of eliminating poverty for disabled persons and improving the life quality of disabled persons”. In the past few days, various heart-warming activities have been organized throughout the province to welcome the arrival of this special day.
On May 16, the Provincial Meteorological Bureau and the Provincial Disabled Persons’ Federation signed a strategic cooperation agreement. The two parties will carry out in-depth cooperation and exchanges, to explore new media weather communication methods for the disabled and develop personalized weather service products.
Ningbo City has launched ten major actions to help the disabled, such as Party building leadership, digital intelligence for the people, precision rehabilitation, and barrier-free construction; Jiaxing City has launched “Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the Founding of the Party through Voluntary Services for the Disabled by Ten Thousand Party Members from One Thousand Party Branches”… Various localities struggled to take practical actions to help the disabled and improve their life quality.
On the morning of May 16, in the nursing center for the disabled in Longwan District, Wenzhou City, 100 model workers and craftsmen in red vests were providing voluntary services for 100 disabled persons. This is an event organized by the Wenzhou Trade Union and the Wenzhou Disabled Persons’ Federation to celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the Founding of the CPC .
Jiangshan Municipal Disabled Persons’ Federation organized some people from the Home for the Disabled to take free buses to the Jianglang Mountain Scenic Area, to experience the results of the disability-related projects of the municipal government in 2021 and feel the beauty of nature.
In the past few days, several special job fairs for the disabled have been held in various places, to further broaden the employment channels for the disabled. A special job fair for the disabled was held in Hangzhou this year, attracting 100 units including state-owned enterprises, and providing more than 650 jobs including 153 in state-owned enterprises. More than 600 disabled job seekers and their family members attended this fair, among whom 419 signed an employment agreement of intent. This job fair also launched an online live broadcast, so disabled persons can scan the code to enter the live broadcast room and interact with the host online. The live broadcast lasted more than 2 hours, and the cumulative number of viewers reached 14,000.