The women's federation in Baohe District in the city of Hefei, east China's Anhui Province, has encouraged its executive committee members to take on projects that will benefit local women and children.
Since March this year, the federation has first finished the reform of regional organizations and appointed 1,037 outstanding women across the district to serve as executive committee members.
Li Aiwen, president of the federation, said that these executive members can play a lead role in contacting women at the grassroots level and combining their rich experience in different fields to better carry out projects and bring benefits for local residents.
According to women and children's various needs, the federation has set up five categories composed of 15 sub-items, including women's qualification enhancement, family traditions, women's entrepreneurship and innovation, family disputes and psychological counseling services.
Executive committee members of women's federations are required to be in charge of at least one project based on their work experience and strong points.
To date, nearly 100 such officials across the district have already undertaken corresponding schemes.