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Achievements of China's Project Hope in past 30 years

Updated: Oct 31,2019 03:39 PM    Xinhua
File photo released by Xinhua on July 10, 1992 shows students raising their hands to answer teacher's question at class in Jinggangshan city, East China's Jiangxi province. Project Hope, a Chinese program aiming at financing education for poverty-stricken students, celebrates its 30th anniversary on Oct 30, 2019. The project was initiated by the China Youth Development Foundation (CYDF) and the Central Committee of the Communist Youth League of China in 1989, and has been supported by people from all walks of life since its establishment. As of September in 2019, Project Hope has received 15.23 billion yuan (about $2.16 billion) in donations and aided over 5.99 million students in financial difficulty. A total of 20,195 primary schools were also built, according to the CYDF statistics. [Photo/Xinhua]
File photo taken on July 29, 2004 shows Zhou Biaoliang and her students at Hope Primary School of Pingguo county of Baise city, Southwest China's Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region. Zhou finished her study with the help of Project Hope. After graduation from college, she went back to her primary school to be a teacher as return. Project Hope, a Chinese program aiming at financing education for poverty-stricken students, celebrates its 30th anniversary on Oct 30, 2019.[Photo/Xinhua]
Pupils have computer class at the Jinzhai County primary school in Jinzhai, East China's Anhui province, Sept 3, 2019. As the first primary school built under the Project Hope in China, Jinzhai County primary school was founded on May 19, 1990. Project Hope, a Chinese program aiming at financing education for poverty-stricken students, celebrates its 30th anniversary on Oct 30, 2019. [Photo/xinhua]
Zhou Huosheng, a 73-year-old retired teacher, sells books with a tricycle in Qiandeng town of Kunshan city, East China's Jiangsu province, Sept 7, 2006. Zhou Huosheng has used his savings and income raised by selling books to help children in poverty-stricken area access education in Jinzhai county of East China's Anhui province since 1994. Project Hope, a Chinese program aiming at financing education for poverty-stricken students, celebrates its 30th anniversary on Oct 30, 2019. [Photo/Xinhua]
File photo released by Xinhua on April 16, 1999 shows a woman of the Tibetan ethnic group sending her child to Hope Primary School in Layihai village of Gonghe county in Northwest China's Qinghai province. More than 90 percent of the local children at the school age have gone to boarding schools in Layihai village since 1990s, thanks to the aid of the Project Hope. Project Hope, a Chinese program aiming at financing education for poverty-stricken students, celebrates its 30th anniversary on Oct 30, 2019. [Photo/Xinhua]

 

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