The Final Battle: Winning the War Against Poverty (Hardcover)
Eradicating poverty is the main component of China’s 13th Five-Year Plan and an indicator of progress toward attaining the centennial goal of building a moderately prosperous society and achieving the great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation. Based on a poverty alleviation pattern that involves the government, society, and market, The Final Battle: Winning the War Against Poverty is a useful guide to the relevant strategic guidance, discusses the ideology and methods of poverty eradication for poor regions and impoverished people, and proposes specific measures including treating the symptoms, precise drip irrigation, and targeted management.
Wang Jiahua is Vice President of the China Association for the Promotion of Voluntary Services for Poverty Alleviation, Director of the Institute of Rural Development at Renmin University of China, and a researcher. His main areas of research are agricultural industrialization, rural leadership training, agricultural brand development, rural governance, and targeted poverty alleviation. He has published monographs such as Nanjing One-Hour Metropolitan Area, and Xiaogang Village and the Big Contract.