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Dawa: I speak for people at the grassroots level
By:China Tibet News
update:January 16,2020

Photo shows Dawa, a member of the Tibetan People's Political Consultative Conference. [China Tibet News/Tashi Dondrup]
Jan.16,2020 -- "I come from the grassroots. I take it as my duty to reflect the aspirations of the people at the grassroots level," says Dawa, a member the Tibetan People's Political Consultative Conference.
Dawa comes from Zhaxilin Village, Chewa Town, Rinbung County, Xigaze City, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region. Over the past few years, Dawa has focused on people's expectations and grassroots governance, running on the research road and collecting the voices of the masses.
Over the past two years, Dawa has submitted one or two proposals each year to play an active role in improving people's livelihood.
Before 2018, the drinking water security in Rinbung County was not sustainable. In response, Dawa put forward a proposal to guarantee 24-hour water supply to the county seat of Rinbung County. At present, the county's some areas have achieved 24-hour water supply.
"Medical care is the biggest concern of the people. This year, my proposal is about grassroots medical care," said Dawa.
Grassroots public welfare medical personnel are an important part of the medical undertakings in agricultural and pastoral areas. However, due to the salary issue, the brain drain of primary medical personnel is serious. In this regard, through field research and in-depth understanding of their work status, Dawa puts forward to improve the treatment of grassroots public welfare medical personnel, which can help retain medical personnel, and further improve the conditions of grassroots medical treatment.
"Being a member the Tibetan People's Political Consultative Conference is not only an honor, but also a heavy responsibility. I will always pay close attention to the most urgent problems at the grassroots level, and put forward more high-quality proposals." Dava said firmly.
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