The project improved forest resources management, increased forest coverage and reduced carbon emissions. More than 215,000 rural families benefited.

A World Bank project helped improve the existing urban transport infrastructure to enhance mobility, access and safety, directly benefiting motorists, public transport passengers, cyclists, pedestrians and people with disabilities.
The project provided experiences and solutions for China in ensuring that rural residents get equal access to affordable and high quality health services.
A project helped provide safer drinking water for over 730,000 people including 340,000 people with unsafe fluoride-affected ground water. It contributed to a better environment and improved the health of nearly 4.17 million people in the Shandong province.
Four cities in China’s Sichuan Province had significantly improved roads, sewerage networks and landscaping, and strengthened the capacity for urban planning and land management, creating a better urban environment for more than 3 million people.
Urbanization—if managed properly—offers the potential for poverty alleviation, prosperity, and economic growth.
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of China has health insurance, but the rural-urban divide is a challenge.
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Poverty Reduction Strategies

China targets rural and minority areas in the fight against poverty.