Exploration of Optimizing the Governance of Poverty Alleviation and Relocation in Guangxi from the Perspective of Urban Rural Integration
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Consolidating and expanding the achievements of poverty alleviation and effectively connecting with rural revitalization is the core task of comprehensively promoting rural revitalization strategy in the new development stage. As one of the main battlefields for poverty alleviation in China, Guangxi has achieved significant results in poverty alleviation. From 2012 to 2017, a total of 7.04 million people were reduced in poverty. Post-alleviation, from 2018 to 2023, an additional 5.2 million people in Guangxi have been uplifted and sustained above the poverty line, reinforcing the region's continuous efforts in maintaining long-term poverty reduction outcomes. This impressive track record places Guangxi among the top regions in the country for sustained poverty alleviation results. Relocation is an effective poverty alleviation measure in China and a special relocation model under the transformation of urban and rural space, greatly improving the material environment of the population trapped by regional poverty. However, it also faces the social spatial restructuring of population relations and capital re-embedding. Therefore, it is urgent to explore spatial and resource layout models that are highly compatible with the development of immigrants. Urbanization resettlement of poverty alleviation immigrants is a new direction for the development of poverty alleviation immigrants in China during the poverty alleviation phase. It is an important measure to promote the organic combination of poverty alleviation, new urbanization, agricultural modernization, and ecological protection for the impoverished population. This article studies the optimization practice of poverty alleviation and relocation governance in Guangxi from the perspective of urban-rural integration.
Urban rural integration; Guangxi; Relocation for poverty alleviation in relocation areas