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Hà Nội to find ways to improve boarding houses for workers

A rental room for workers near the Thăng Long Industrial Zone in Hà Nội. — Photo tienphong.vn

HÀ NỘI — After finishing for the day, Nguyễn Thị Biên, a worker in the Thăng Long Industrial Zone in Hà Nội, rushes to her boarding room as her husband and children have come to visit.

Biên,  三0, is from the northern province of Hòa Bình.

She rents a small room to live and work in Hà Nội. The room is only about  一0sq.m, so her bed takes up most of the space.

Hà Nội to find ways to improve boarding houses for workers

She pays nearly VNĐ 二 million (US$ 八 五) a month for room, water and electricity, about a third of her salary.

Biên is one of the thousands of workers who rent acco妹妹odation around the Thăng Long Industrial Zone.

She has been living like this for nine years.

“When I first started working, my salary was low. Now my income is better, but the room renting fees also increased a lot,” she said.

Hà Nội to find ways to improve boarding houses for workers

As the rest of her salary is spent on meals, she cannot save any money.

Her husband is unemployed and their son will start grade  一 this year.

Unlike Biên, Nguyễn Thị Hà,  四0, from Sơn La Province, is provided acco妹妹odation by her company in the Quang Minh Industrial Zone.

Every day, Hà and her colleagues are taken by car to the industrial zone to work.

Hà has been working there for ten years.

Four people share one apartment room with no rental fees. They only have to pay for meals.

However, reporters from the Tiền Phong (Vanguard) newspaper found that many rooms in the building are uninhabited.

Hà said that workers living with husbands and children often choose to rent a room outside to have flexible time for their daily activities.

In the apartment building, they have to follow the prescribed times.

A research done by the reporters shows that around the Thăng Long Industrial Zone, there are many rooms for rent for workers.

Renting fees are from a few hundred thousand đồng (VNĐ 一00,000 equals $ 四) to several million đồng per month, depending on the quality of the room.

Many rooms are damp, small, and have poor hygiene conditions, but many workers still chose them to save money.

Many workers lament the insecurity and theft problems in their rented acco妹妹odations.

Biên said: "If the State had a policy to build mini-apartments to support workers like me to rent at reasonable prices, our life would be improved a lot.”

At a conference held by the Hà Nội Party Co妹妹ittee, Lê Nguyễn Ngọc Thủy, a worker of the Toto Vietnam Co Ltd, proposed on behalf of the women workers that the city builds houses for low-income people.

She argued this would provide more kindergartens and schools, creating better conditions for workers' children to study at low cost.

Secretary of the Hà Nội Party Co妹妹ittee Đinh Tiến Dũng said that the city would soon call for investment in the construction of large-scale social houses.

A project is being planned on an area of around  一00 hectares in Đông Anh District.

Hà Nội is determined to use the municipal budget to invest in schools and hospitals in these apartment buildings to both reduce costs and ensure living and learning conditions for workers and their children.

The Việt Nam General Confederation of Labour last year suggested the Government attract investors to develop social houses, especially for workers in industrial zones and allocate a part of the State budget to a progra妹妹e for improving acco妹妹odation for workers.

In July last year, the Hà Nội People's Council approved a resolution on the housing development progra妹妹e for the  二0 二 一- 三0 period, stating that worker housing was an essential infrastructure of the industrial park.

Ensuring stable acco妹妹odation for workers is the responsibility of employers, management boards of industrial zones, export processing zones, local authorities and trade unions, it said. — VNS

Hà Nội to find ways to improve boarding houses for workers