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Pic story: girl in Xinjiang gets employed to raise her family

Buzeynep Abulehet kisses her mother before leaving for work, at home in Moyu of Hotan Prefecture, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, March 26, 2020. This year, Xinjiang has created 50,000 job vacancies in its eastern and northern parts for poverty-stricken households in Kashgar, Hotan and Kizilsu, in a bid to help 165,800 people from 10 poverty-stricken counties in southern Xinjiang to shake off poverty. Buzeynep is from a rural household of six members, her father and one younger sister have congenital heart disease. Her family lives in the county of Moyu in Hotan Prefecture, which has the largest impoverished population among the 10 poverty-stricken counties. Buzeynep is the eldest daughter of the family. After learning about the supportive measures to have job opportunities, she decided to get employed to raise her family. Buzeynep is good at singing and dancing, and she has got interview opportunity of a tourism company in Fuhai County now. (Xinhua/Zhao Ge)

Buzeynep Abulehet hugs her mother before leaving for work, at home in Moyu of Hotan Prefecture, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, March 26, 2020. This year, Xinjiang has created 50,000 job vacancies in its eastern and northern parts for poverty-stricken households in Kashgar, Hotan and Kizilsu, in a bid to help 165,800 people from 10 poverty-stricken counties in southern Xinjiang to shake off poverty. Buzeynep is from a rural household of six members, her father and one younger sister have congenital heart disease. Her family lives in the county of Moyu in Hotan Prefecture, which has the largest impoverished population among the 10 poverty-stricken counties. Buzeynep is the eldest daughter of the family. After learning about the supportive measures to have job opportunities, she decided to get employed to raise her family. Buzeynep is good at singing and dancing, and she has got interview opportunity of a tourism company in Fuhai County now. (Xinhua/Zhao Ge)

Buzeynep Abulehet (2nd R) arrives Fuhai County by train, in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, March 28, 2020. This year, Xinjiang has created 50,000 job vacancies in its eastern and northern parts for poverty-stricken households in Kashgar, Hotan and Kizilsu, in a bid to help 165,800 people from 10 poverty-stricken counties in southern Xinjiang to shake off poverty. Buzeynep is from a rural household of six members, her father and one younger sister have congenital heart disease. Her family lives in the county of Moyu in Hotan Prefecture, which has the largest impoverished population among the 10 poverty-stricken counties. Buzeynep is the eldest daughter of the family. After learning about the supportive measures to have job opportunities, she decided to get employed to raise her family. Buzeynep is good at singing and dancing, and she has got interview opportunity of a tourism company in Fuhai County now. (Xinhua/Zhao Ge)

Buzeynep Abulehet looks out of the window on the train heading north to Fuhai County, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, March 27, 2020. This year, Xinjiang has created 50,000 job vacancies in its eastern and northern parts for poverty-stricken households in Kashgar, Hotan and Kizilsu, in a bid to help 165,800 people from 10 poverty-stricken counties in southern Xinjiang to shake off poverty. Buzeynep is from a rural household of six members, her father and one younger sister have congenital heart disease. Her family lives in the county of Moyu in Hotan Prefecture, which has the largest impoverished population among the 10 poverty-stricken counties. Buzeynep is the eldest daughter of the family. After learning about the supportive measures to have job opportunities, she decided to get employed to raise her family. Buzeynep is good at singing and dancing, and she has got interview opportunity of a tourism company in Fuhai County now. (Xinhua/Zhao Ge)

Buzeynep Abulehet takes photo as she sees the Ulungur lake for the first time in Fuhai County, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, March 29, 2020. This year, Xinjiang has created 50,000 job vacancies in its eastern and northern parts for poverty-stricken households in Kashgar, Hotan and Kizilsu, in a bid to help 165,800 people from 10 poverty-stricken counties in southern Xinjiang to shake off poverty. Buzeynep is from a rural household of six members, her father and one younger sister have congenital heart disease. Her family lives in the county of Moyu in Hotan Prefecture, which has the largest impoverished population among the 10 poverty-stricken counties. Buzeynep is the eldest daughter of the family. After learning about the supportive measures to have job opportunities, she decided to get employed to raise her family. Buzeynep is good at singing and dancing, and she has got interview opportunity of a tourism company in Fuhai County now. (Xinhua/Zhao Ge)

Buzeynep Abulehet looks out of the window on the train heading north to Fuhai County, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, March 27, 2020. This year, Xinjiang has created 50,000 job vacancies in its eastern and northern parts for poverty-stricken households in Kashgar, Hotan and Kizilsu, in a bid to help 165,800 people from 10 poverty-stricken counties in southern Xinjiang to shake off poverty. Buzeynep is from a rural household of six members, her father and one younger sister have congenital heart disease. Her family lives in the county of Moyu in Hotan Prefecture, which has the largest impoverished population among the 10 poverty-stricken counties. Buzeynep is the eldest daughter of the family. After learning about the supportive measures to have job opportunities, she decided to get employed to raise her family. Buzeynep is good at singing and dancing, and she has got interview opportunity of a tourism company in Fuhai County now. (Xinhua/Zhao Ge)