US$345 million to build Wildlife National Park Ninh Binh 03/02/2015, 08:48:03 AM (GMT+7)

(Nhandan)-Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has approved a master project worth around 7.368 billion (US$345 million) on the construction of a Wildlife National Park in Ninh Binh province.

The money will be sourced from the State budget, worth VND2.121 billion and the remainder will come from non-State funding.

Under the project, the park will cover over 1,155 hectares in Ky Phu and Phu Long communes, Nho Quan district.

The general objective of the park is to rescue, conserve, store and develop the sources of genes of wild animal species, particularly endangered, rare and precious animals, for scientific research.

The park will help rescue and conserve about 3,000 animals belonging to 250 different species, while breeding and rearing animals in semi-natural enclosures.

The park is expected to welcome around 5 million visitors each year, contributing to increasing the province’s State budget collection and developing ecotourism.

The construction of the park will also enhance environmental education and training, generate jobs and improve the incomes of local residents, thus contributing to reducing poverty and boosting socio-economic development in locality.

The park will be constructed with areas for green tress, wild animals, services, entertainment facilities, and housing for officers and workers.
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