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Supported by the World Bank, the Eco-Farming Project installed bio-digesters and renovated kitchen, toilet and pig shed for 470,141 rural households in five provinces in China.

RECENT RESULTS
Supported by the World Bank, the Eco-Farming Project installed bio-digesters and renovated kitchen, toilet and pig shed for 470,141 rural households in five provinces in China.
A World Bank financed project in China provided skills training for some 522,628 young people, provided employment services for over 4.2 million job seekers, and enhanced the training capacities of 23 technical and vocational schools and training centers.
The World Bank helped clean up the Pearl River system in south China by expanding wastewater treatment capacities of Foshan and Jiangmen to reduce pollution originating from these two municipalities, directly benefiting 1.7 million residents.
The World Bank supported rehabilitation of 1,299 rural roads and construction of the 195-kilometer Yong’an-Wuping Expressway in coastal Fujian Province in southeast China. About 1.31 million people are estimated to have directly benefited from the project.
With the World Bank’s financial and technical support, Jiangxi has improved the navigation capacity of the Gan River and enhanced flood protection for local people and communities through construction of the Shihutang Navigation and Hydropower Complex.
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41.8 GW
of installed wind power capacity reached by 2010, making China the world’s largest wind power producer
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FEATURED HIGHLIGHT

Poverty Reduction Strategies

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